Have you thanked a colleague for their efforts in the past seven days?

If so, was that expression of gratitude linked to a corporate value, desired behaviour or business objective?


If you want to instil a sense of purpose and community spirit, with continual reinforcement of key business goals and your organisational values, then social recognition could well be the tool for you.


Social Recognition is a simple means for your employees and line managers to express their gratitude to colleagues for a job well done, but in a well-structured and measurable way.

Our Recognition Platform

Our social recognition platform combines market-leading, responsive technology with an extensive catalogue of global rewards.


Recognition can be issued in 39 languages and any associated rewards presented in 66 currencies then delivered across the globe.


Delivery of recognition can come in many forms:

  • Personalised email cards (sometimes referred to as e-cards)
  • Congratulatory text messages
  • Physical paper wallets or cards

With workforces now often spread across multiple locations, working remotely or based in the field, our social recognition platform provides a central hub through which employers can communicate with employees and foster a culture of appreciation that spans all locations.

Still unsure?

Why Use Social Recognition?

Modern recognition programs tap into the inner motivations of employees, and deliver a greater return than monetary rewards alone.  Social recognition techniques are used to help…

  • Build bridges between teams – break down inter-departmental barriers


  • Reinforce core values – 61% of employees don’t know what their company mission statement is. By aligning recognition to values employers can ensure employees live and breathe those values every day


  • Reduce employee turnover – Companies with recognition programs that are highly effective at improving employee engagement have 31% lower voluntary turnover


  • Improve productivity – 69% of employees would work harder if they felt their efforts were better appreciated


  • Better communicate – recognition platforms act as a hub of information for employees


  • Build trust – 50% of employees believe being thanked by managers not only improved their relationship but also built trust with their higher-ups


  • Deliver improvements in customer satisfaction – 41% of companies that use peer-to-peer recognition have seen positive increases in customer satisfaction


  • Drive up engagement – when asked what leaders could do more of to improve engagement, 58% of respondents replied “give recognition”

Employers across the world are now realising the importance of delivering regular and meaningful appreciation, and they use online platforms such as ours to ensure that program engagement is maximised and a measurable return on investment delivered.

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