E-gift cards can be used as an incentive for a variety of use cases ranging from:
- Payment disbursements
- Customer loyalty
- Market research
A large portion of our customers use e-gift cards for employee engagement, encouraging participation by rewarding employees who complete tasks or behave in a certain way. Here’s a deeper look into why our customers use e-gift cards and how its use has proven successful.
They Listen to Their Employees
Many companies rely on anonymous feedback from employees to improve everything from business processes to the office break room. Collecting feedback allows employees to candidly share their feelings about overall job happiness and areas for improvement.
Knowledge is power, but action is key. This is why it’s important for stakeholders to listen to feedback and then invest in the general well-being of their employees, which can be easily incentivized by rewarding employees with what they desire most: e-gift cards.
They Provide a Variety of Reward Options
Rewards aren’t one size fits all. This is especially true when you’re trying to engage the wide range of personality types that are your employees. By acknowledging these differences and giving people the power to choose their own reward custom to their needs, you create a much more impactful experience that leaves a lasting impression for next time.
Employees Really Like E-Gift Cards
Gift cards, especially digital gift cards, are certainly not new to the incentives game. Gift cards have been the #1wished-for gift in the United States for the past 12 years, so it’s safe to say handing out gift cards as a reward is appreciated. Combining the power of rewards with a digital option that requires little to no operational effort is the best way to motivate employees and keep them interested.
E-Gift Cards Increase Employee Engagement
E-gift cards are a great solution. Since partnering with Tango Card, our customers have seen tangible results for increasing employee engagement:
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This was originally posted on June 7, 2018.