Putting the University of Lincoln on the recognition and reward map - literally!

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What's the problem?

The University of Lincoln already had a commitment to their staff’s wellbeing, offering great rewards, recognition opportunities and employee benefits. Head of Reward Ian Hodson knew how powerful incentives and recognition were as part of a culture that celebrated and valued its workforce – and attracted and retained the best talent out there. Their issue wasn’t about getting used to this idea but rather about making it easier for staff to access everything they were entitled to – and creating a scheme that would fit with the image of the University as dynamic and engaging.

The University of Lincoln wanted a reward platform that not only held everything in one place, but also one that helped show the difference between reward and remuneration. In some ways, a reward can just get lost with pay – but they wanted something more tangible. They equally wanted to break down the communication barriers by getting staff to visit a single platform that held all the reward package information, making initiatives super-handy at the right time for employees to benefit from them.

Download the full case study now to find out how we helped University of Lincoln break down their communication barriers, creating a scheme that fits with the image of the University and easier for staff to access.

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In terms of a recruitment tool, a retention tool and a recognition tool, we’ve created something which is wonderful."

- Ian Hodson, Head of Reward at Lincoln University

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