Recognition programs facilitate the materialization of recognitions, strengthening the relationship with the work teams and reinforcing attitudes that are promoted by the organization.

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Step 1: Define the reasons behind your program

As a first step, it’s essential to define the reasons why  collaborators will be recognized, since they will be the basis of your program.

You must think about what you want to recognize and why. It’s important that the reasons/indicators are clear, so that the nominee understands why and what they are recognized for.

The number of reasons to recognize a worker through a program depends on each company.

For example, in a performance program, values such as teamwork may be recognized, or in a celebration program milestones such a as anniversaries may also be programed as a recognition


Step 2: Identify the type of program

Do you want everyone to be able to nominate? Do you need a previous control point? Is it a program only for Bosses?

Enter here to know the details and program types.


Step 3: Define scores

Depending on your objectives and the budget assigned by program, you must establish for each recognition reason, if they have points associated to them and the value.

For example, peer-to-peer programs, in which all users can make and receive nominations, do not award points with recognitions.

On the other hand, in programs of  the hierarchical type, a budget is usually assigned per area, defining a maximum value of points to be delivered. The points for each reason can be fixed or varied, and in the latter case they will be defined by the nominator at the time of the nomination.


Step 4: Assign roles by program

Now it's time to define  your programs nomination circuitand who will occupy the roles of nominator, approver and nominee.

Within the programs in which points are awarded, it is the nominator who performs the recognition and assigns the number of points to the nominee.

For programs that require recognition approval there is the role of the approver, who may or may not approve the nominations made by the nominator.


Step 5: Build the catalog

It's time to put together your prize catalog!

You must choose the prizes that will be included in the catalog and how many points each one will have.his way, once a recognition is made, the collaborators may make the exchange according to the number of points they obtain.

TIP # For greater availability of products and  best delivery times: we recommend the choice of virtual giftcards as prizes.


Step 6:Establish Terms and Conditions

Your program must be transparent.

This is why it’s important that you establish Terms and Conditions and that they contain the nomination mechanics, the values that will be recognized, the exchange mechanisms , delivery times and any other content that you may find relevant.

This information must be visible to all users of the program.


Step 7: Create the user base

It's almost time to finish ... it's time to create the base of users that will have access to the program.

The data required to do so are: Name, Surname, E-mail, Document and Role: Basic user, Nominator, Approver. They must be contained in an Excel spreadsheet, separated by columns. Find here the template to create the user base and the program data.


Step 8: Program registration 

Have you completed all the previous steps? 

Very good, now it’s possible to register your program.

The registration process is carried out by GOintegro, and includes the registration of programs,  catalog, contents and  

Terms and Conditions.

Remember that you can have more than one program and it’ss not necessary to have one catalog per program.

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