The Broadcasters Foundation of America is a non-profit organization created to help radio and television broadcasters in times of need. Whether it be a case of critical illness, death of a spouse or serious misfortune, for over 65 years the foundation has identified those in need and provided an anonymous financial safety net. Broadcasters helping broadcasters or those that have made the broadcasting industry what it is today.READ MORE
Happy employees are productive ones.
If you read our last blog on the value of recognition, you
may recall that almost 2/3rd of employees leave their jobs because
they feel underappreciated, that managers do not recognize their positive
There is a logical assumption that any company which invests in recognition, that introduces years’ service awards, sales or safety or any of many other business reasons to reward excellent performance, will retain best employees and see superior business performance. But is this just an assumption? Is all this the speculations of a HR manager, or is there quantitative support that links recognition programs to company performance?READ MORE
The Clio Awards is one of the most recognized creative competitions in the world, honoring the talent and agencies behind the most exceptional advertising and creative.
The Super Bowl is the biggest advertising event of the year, drawing in hundreds of millions of viewers and advertising’s most award-winning creative.READ MORE
The American Chemical Society (ACS) is a US scientific society of over 161,000 members in chemistry and chemical engineering. Divided into 32 technical divisions, it is one of the largest scientific societies worldwide and a leader in providing authoritative information through multiple journals, publications and conferences each year. .READ MORE
Arianespace, founded in 1980 as the world’s first commercial satellite launch company, commissioned Society Awards to create and manufacture golden rocket awards for the Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI).
SSPI is a global association which recognizes and celebrates the important contributions of the visionary scientists who have made life on earth better through satellite technology. Each year, SSPI welcomes members into its Hall of Fame by recognizing those pioneers who have successfully introduced technologies, utilized satellite technologies or contributed overall to the association’s mission.READ MORE
The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) is the labor organization representing professional football players in the NFL. Each year the NFLPA hosts a post season game for NFL draft-eligible players,known as the Collegiate Bowl, at the StubHub Center in California. Players are given the opportunity for draft into the NFL, while the winning team and MVP of the bowl game are each awarded a trophy.READ MORE
Viacommunity is an internal department of entertainment leader Viacom who hosts such prestigious award ceremonies as MTV, CMT and BET. Its mission is simple and noteworthy: to better the communities in which Viacom serves and make a positive social impact on the people and areas in which its employees work and live. Real, lasting, far-reaching differences in the areas of education, health, environment and citizenship. The organization asked Society Awards to design and manufacture awards for their philanthropic and community outreach programs, Get Schooled and their own internal Spirit Awards.READ MORE
Managers are often asked to consider what is their greatest corporate asset. Is it a new research and development facility, a secret sauce recipe, a large cash surplus on your balance sheet? While any CEO would be envious of any of these equities, the greatest asset that a company has is its employees. It is the employees that man R&D facilities, who create proprietary formulas and recipes, who manage a balance sheet to optimize a company’s performance. Yes, the greatest asset that all successful companies have is its people, and it is a proven fact that corporate recognition programs help to protect and nurture this valuable asset.READ MORE
Trends like luxury toast – seriously, luxury toast – are to blame for your holiday gifting troubles this year. Luxury, it seems, has grown a broad definition where, with marketing spin, it can be just about anything. Luxury ice, garbage cans, doorstops, vacuums and so the list could continue ad infinitum.
So, how do we spoil the people we care about this holiday season? Money alone doesn’t buy it. The brands that create true luxury do so through masterful control of the nuances; it’s the details by which a luxury gift succeeds or fails.READ MORE