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Marketing Benefits of Employee Giveaways


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There are several strategies that can be utilized in increasing the productivity of your employees. These motivational techniques range from the costly monetary rewards to the organizationally complicated employee promotions. Though one strategy that is less costly, is straightforward, but equally effective is employee giveaways. Below are the top reasons why companies distribute giveaways to their employees:

1. Improves employee morale

It is surprising just how a bunch of $3 mug affect the morale of employees. You may think such a simple and cheap giveaway will not have a great impact on your staff. But the great thing with employee giveaways is that its influence is not dependent on its cost. The important thing is that the giveaway you choose is either useful or just plain fun for your people. Just remember that knowing your employees is the key, because the more familiar you are with your employees and the culture of your company, the more targeted and effective the giveaway you will be able to distribute.

2. Builds team spirit

One way to develop team spirit is through uniformity. Just like soldiers wearing uniforms, a basketball team supporting the same haircut, or friends just hanging out while sipping similar drinks - having something in common solidifies a group. And this is what giveaways can offer your company. In giving your employees similar items supporting your logo and company colors, you are developing the team spirit of your people. The giveaway serves as your employees’ badge that gives them a sense of security and belongingness. This will lead to greater teamwork and higher productivity for your people.

3. Generate positive corporate image

The corporate image is the reflection of the general characteristics of your employees. And by distributing employee giveaways, you would have directly improved the positive attitude of your employees towards you and your business. This positive disposition will, of course, be noticed by the outside community which will then reflect back to your company. This is further enhanced as your employees proudly display the giveaways they received from their admirable company.

4. Develops branding

Just like any promotional item, employee giveaways are capable of developing your product branding. But the advantage of these motivational giveaways is that the people who will be displaying the logo imprinted merchandise are the people who really believe in your brand. By distributing employee giveaways, you are making your employees, the people who work hard in making your company successful, the heralds of your brand.

Remy is a Promotional Adviser specializing on Promotional Products , Promotional Items


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