I’m releasing data today from the One4all ‘Workers on top of their game report’ which has found that 52% of bosses are losing out on increased productivity by not making use of gamified rewards.
The full release below explains gamified rewards in more detail, along with the top five benefits of gamified rewards to business, as listed by UK workers.
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BOSSES LOSING POINTS FOR PRODUCTIVITY
• 46% of UK workers would be more productive if offered gamified rewards
GAMIFIED rewards and bonuses not only introduce an element of fun in to the workplace, but also increase employee performance – and according to new research, 52% of bosses are losing out on increased productivity by not making use of them.
A survey of 1,096 UK workers, by workplace incentives and rewards provider, One4all Rewards, published in the Workers on Top of Their Game Report, surveyed employees from different age groups, genders and industries and revealed that almost 1 in 2 (46%) of UK workers would feel more motivated to work hard and 1 in 5 (20%) would increase their performance if their employer introduced a points based rewards and bonus system.
Gamification is increasingly being used in workplaces, with Gartner reporting 40% of Global 1000 organisations are doing so to motivate and encourage positive behaviours.
The technique works by setting small rewards for desired actions and then inviting workers to repeat that behaviour, which they do in anticipation of the same result.
Virtually 1 in 3 (32%) UK workers said they would work harder to unlock rewards and bonuses in this way.
There are also clear softer benefits of gamified rewards systems, with 37% of UK workers claiming this would also increase their happiness at work, while almost the same number (36%) said it would make them feel more engaged with their company.
Finally, 2 in 5 (38%) of those surveyed said that working towards rewards and bonuses would make work more fun.
Alan Smith, UK managing director at One4all Rewards, said: “In SMEs, finding the budget for a rewards scheme can be tough, but gamified rewards can be more flexible in some ways and they don’t have to involve large budgets. While some might think that these kinds of rewards are more complex to implement, this isn’t necessarily the case and there are many companies out there that can help with implementing these rewards.
“As we can see from the survey data, and the sheer number of workers who said that the implementation of a gamified reward system would make them work harder, the cost of implementing this kind of rewards could soon be recouped by the increased productivity employers would benefit from.”
One4all Rewards are industry experts in benefits and rewards. Working with over 6,000 businesses of all sizes nationwide, One4all Rewards helps to transform customer and employee relationships through successful rewards and incentive schemes.
For more information and to read The Workers on Top of Their Game Report, visit http://one4all.link/gamification
Top 5 benefits of gamified rewards to business:
- An increase in employee motivation – 46%
- Employees would find work more fun – 38%
- An increase in employee happiness – 37%
- A boost to employee morale – 36%
- Employees will work harder – 32%
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Jonathan Fagan is MD of Ten-Percent.co.uk Limited and TP Recruitment Limited, a set of websites involved in a range of recruitment work. Jonathan has been running small businesses for over 20 years and has a number of interests and investments in companies as diverse as transcription, legal recruitment and a bit of marketing. He is an author of a number of guides and books, together with a children’s novel. In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, cricket, coaching girls’ football, operating a parent taxi, lots of running and paddleboarding on Bala Lake and the River Dee. He is a strong believer in a good work-life balance and regular blogs on making money vs enjoying life. Jonathan’s website is https://www.jonathanfagan.co.uk