Role of Medals to Employees

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Historically, the medal or honorary awards have been used to honor someone when he or she is good at something or has achieved a good result. This tradition has been continuing to this time and no one can cast doubt on the important role of medals on employees' work productivity.


We have seen medals in the army, in schools and colleges and now they are also seen in the corporate world. The importance of awards or medals in the corporate world cannot be denied.


Every now and then your employees need that little bit of extra motivation to keep them going and there is nothing like a quality medal to motivate them. But now that awards have become so common, almost all companies use them.


How can you be different?

Tricks to be unique

  • One of the major things that can separate you from the rest of the companies is the quality of the awards.
  • You can ensure that you use only the best quality awards for your employees.
  • The popularity of the awards have ensured that there are several companies who have set up their shop online and you can get completely customized and branded medals delivered right to your doorstep.
  • Use only laser engraved and completely customized medal. The medal should not look as if it was randomly picked off from the market. For example, if it is the rising best employee award, then the medal should have an emblem that displays a rising star combined with your company colors and logo.


Display it for maximum effectiveness

Another way to gather good attention is to display the awards a few months prior to awarding them. Yes, many companies display their medals in a glass case so that the employees can see what they are striving for. This always makes them work harder.


Lastly, choose your medals wisely.


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This article was published on 2010/05/27