Year-end gifts to employees are not as popular as they have been in the past. I don’t hear about people getting meats, cheeses and other grocery items as much as I used to. I worked for moving company while in college (yup… I was the guy who packed, loaded, drove, and unpacked all your broken china…yes – it was broken before I packed it…) and the company owner
gave each person a 20 lb turkey for Christmas.
I’m not seeing much of that anymore. Maybe our refrigerators are smaller or maybe the turkey isn’t as cool a gift as an ipad.
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Paul Hebert is Vice President of Individual Performance Strategy at Creative Group Inc, writer, speaker and consultant. Paul focuses on influencing behaviors and driving business results through employees, channel partners and consumers. He is dedicated to creating true emotional connections often overlooked in our automated, tech-enabled world. Using proven motivational theory, behavioral economics and social psychology he has driven extraordinary company performance for his clients. Paul is widely considered an expert on motivation, incentives, and engagement.