HOLLYWOOD, FL - FineAwards.com, the premier custom awards manufacturer in the US, has launched an innovative scholarship program focusing on recognition.
The FineAwards.com Custom Award and Recognition Scholarship is a competitive award for college students interested in recognizing someone from their own life that has inspired them.
The winner receives a five hundred dollar ($500) scholarship (for their use) along with a custom recognition award to present to this spec...
Many organizations understand the impact of employee recognition to promote productivity and retention. While this recognition typically comes from a supervisor, a new article from Bloomberg BNA suggests that peer-to-peer employee recognition can produce great results as well.
“Social recognition is the foundation for creating a more human workplace—one which fosters a culture of recognition and appreciation while empowering individuals, strengthening relationships, and pr...
We like to have fun while working hard so today we celebrated National Blame Someone Else Day.
While we blame each other for the little things, we know we sink or swim as a team. We truly are a Team at FineAwards.com and it takes a total Team effort to deliver for our customers. What can we create for you?
Leadership comes in many different forms. In a business setting, typically managers and supervisors are looked at to be leaders for their employees. For true leaders, motivating employees and staff is an important part of success and positive moral in the workplace. However, depending on the industry, it can be difficult to keep your staff motivated and excited about working. (more…)
It was a huge treat to visit our client's brand new headquarters on Tuesday. Red Lobster recently separated from parent company Darden Group and they wasted no time creating their own space that is both impressive and incredibly well designed down to the very last detail. From the nautical colors and flags to the layout that encourages interdepartmental communication to the replica restaurant/kitchen for training, it truly is an office of the future well fit for a company pre...
Team FineAwards.com accepted the Spartan Miami Sprint Challenge. CEO Seth Fine and Senior Director of Internet Marketing Jeff Klein finished the full course together providing each other help, support and motivation along the way. Thousands showed up in the pouring rain to brave the elements which included 4.97 miles of hilly terrain, 24 obstacles and a course that was flooded and muddy. In the end it felt great to finish together. If it doesn’t challenge you it doesn’t ch...
If you’re an employer, you might think employee recognition is not necessary. After all, your employees are being compensated for their time and work, so why should you go the extra mile to recognize them?
Human motivation isn’t so cut and dry. Most people have the innate drive to feel like they matter, that what they do has meaning and they’re contributing to what they belong to, whether it is family, church, organization, or society at large.
For your employees, recog...
On November 14th, the Gridiron Grill-Off Food and Wine Festival took place at the Pompano Beach Amphitheatre. Celebrity Chef’s from Florida’s finest restaurants teamed up with Miami Dolphins legends to compete for top honors. Winners were decided by fan voting as they walked around sampling food and drinks.
100% of the proceeds from this fantastic event went to benefit Offerdahl’s Hand-Off Foundation and its mission to “Feed the Needs of Kids in Crisis”. Contributions pro...
We recently celebrated a very special occasion for one of our most beloved employees. Yoremi Campos is expecting a baby soon, so with the help of several staff members we organized a baby shower for her. The team enjoyed delicious food and drinks finished off with cake.
Yoremi opened up all her presents and was thrilled with all the gifts for her newborn. You can never have too many diapers. She also received a nice gift certificate from the staff to help with her needs on...
Employee retention is a tricky thing. Average employees now leave after 3.8 years and are expected to cycle through jobs more often than the previous generation. So why bother trying to retain them at all?
Perhaps another way of looking at it is to know why they leave in first place. The often-stated reasons are not enough pay, not enough recognition, not enough connection to the big picture, and not getting along with management.
From here, you can engineer your compan...