In your company where you work, do they recognize loyal workers?
June 27, 2007 5:29pm CST
I received my plaque last December. Our Company often gives incentives to those who are loyal to serving from 5 to many years of work. Other companies I know even offers travel packages or special jewelries. Some are with cash and some in kind. Can you share what you companies does with loyal employees?
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1 Jul 07
I a mca graduate. I joined as a lecturer in an computer teaching college. Now I am assistant professor in that college. I am going to become Professor next year. My college promotes its loyal works by promoting them to better positions.
• United States
29 Jun 07
Most of the companies I have worked for give you a pin or piece of paper saying congradualtions you have been with us for x amount of years. There are some companies that give you a bonus but they are far and few in between. It seems now days all companies are interested in is the bottom line and what you can do for them. They don't want to do nothing for you. You work for a paycheck and if you do anything extra that is on you because very seldom is it appreciated by the company.
• United States
27 Jun 07
You know I dont think they do we have some pretty loyal workers here which I am one of them im one of the only ones that dosnt mind doing carts and im one of the only ones that actually do it and thats and important job where I work but I dont reconize what so ever because im out there for like a few hours at a time would be nice if I got a raise for doing that.