Teams that recognize and appreciate each other, thrive! Now you and your employees can all publicly appreciate each other with an influence currency!
With Motivosity Recognize, you’ll have a complete recognition platform that gives coworkers the power to recognize and appreciate each other with real money that turns into real results. Let the positivity come to life as you decide how much money employees and managers get each month to recognize their peers, give spot bonuses, awards and more!
"Providing managers and employees a quick and easy way to recognize their co-workers has been a great way to enhance productivity, satisfaction, and relationships across teams and departments. Based on the values we embrace as a company our employees and managers can recognize their colleagues for the amazing work they do everyday. We can also be sure all employees are being recognized regularly for their accomplishments, within and across departments, leading to better relationships between departments and teams."
“2, 4, 6, 8 who do you appreciate...” With public peer-to-peer or manager appreciations, it will be amazing to see all of the little things being recognized across teams, departments and the whole organization--not to mention having data about it all!
Public recognition can do a lot to lift a company’s culture, but giving the employees a chance to cash their rewards for exactly what they want!?! That’s a game changer!
Finally, an easy way to do this! Giving on the spot bonuses is simpler than ever with Motivosity.
You know that one employee who is always known for something? Whether you want to create great team banter, or showcase the achievement of an individual, you can create and share your own awards and badges.
Never forget an important milestone again!! Let us keep track of the birthdays and work anniversaries for you.
Whether you are using Recognize as a stand alone product, or with our other products, each and every employee can feel connected within the company.
Video: Recognition Crosses Generational Boundaries, Elisa Garn
Video: Peer Recognition Really Matters, Davis Smith