Domestic and General has launched an international reward and recognition programme for more than 2,500 employees.
The warranty provider has introduced its expectmore recognition programme, which is provided by Red Letter Days for Business, to support the delivery of its benefits.
It will be available to employees across its international business in six countries including: the UK, Australia, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.
The scheme has been designed to help recognise achievements and behaviour in the workplace.
The points-based programme has four level of reward, which can be redeemed against vouchers for experiences, high street shops, cinema visits, hampers and holidays.
- Everydaymore, which allows every employee to instantly reward a colleague who they feel has gone above and beyond their role with 10 points.
- Managingmore, which has been set up for managers to reward exceptional contributions with 50 points.
- Monthlymore, an international monthly award, where employees can nominate peers who have delivered results against the organisation’s values of care, creative, driven, dependable, expert and fair with 1,000 points.
- Employee of the year who will be chosen from all recognition winners during the year by the organisation’s chief executive officer.
Phillip Harvey, group HR director at Domestic and General, said: “We introduced the scheme because we felt it was important for all our employees to be able to thank those who have gone out of their way to help them, as well as those who are really making a difference to our strategic priorities.
“The design of the scheme directly supports our focus on building a collaborative culture and means we can recognise contribution across the spectrum.
“I’ve been really pleased with how expectmore recognition has become part of the way we work.”
I recently left Domestic and General to work for a more reputable insurance company on the basis that the many changes the new company have made have no benefit to employees at the bottom. This new expect more scheme is a total sham, the previous reward scheme was much favored by the large number of call center agents employed at D&G this involved a performance based pay added to your basic salary and commission. The new system results in lower pay and higher stress and impossible targets. The new owners of D&G have imposed incredibly high sales targets for staff promoting miss selling and other under hand tactics. I think it would be safe to say that the new owners will be selling up after 5 years.
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