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How To Make an HR Reward and Recognition Template in Word

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employed Americans spend an average of 8.8 hours a day working. However, a recent study conducted by the Voucher Cloud revealed that in those 8.8 hours, employees are only productive for almost two and a half hours. Now, as a company owner, this is a bit alarming. Because, of course, you want your employees to be productive throughout the day. But how can you do this?

This is where rewards and recognition come in. You see, when there are employee engagement and employee appreciation, plus rewards for hard-working employees within a company, employees' performance tends to double. In short, they become more productive. Continue reading to find out how you can make an HR reward and recognition template in Word.

1. Identify What Type of Document

First, and for most, you have to identify what type of document you should create. For instance, let's say you need to send a document to an employee to inform him or her about a bonus he or she will be receiving. For that, you may compose a letter for and/or create a certificate of appreciation for the employee.

2. Gather the Necessary Information

After you have identified what type of document you should be creating, your next step should be to gather and list down all the information you need to compose the document. This may be composed of the name of the employee and other personal details, company details such as the company's exact address, working email address, and phone number, and the incentive or reward.

3. Keep it Professional, Precise, and Concise

When creating the document, keep in mind that the words you use should be formal, and you have to keep it precise and concise. Remember, you are creating a formal document here, so it should look formal and sound formal. It's also best that you make a draft first to get some ideas on how your document should look like, what are the best words to use in the document, and many more. Check out our HR Rewards and Recognition Templates to get ideas. You can also use these templates if you want a hassle-free and less time-consuming process. Because with the use of our templates, all you have to do is download the template, open it in Microsoft Word, and make some adjustments to it. It's that simple!

4. Make your Final Adjustments

Are you done creating the document? If yes, then make your final adjustments. Check if the spelling and grammar are correct, make sure the company logo is inserted in the right place, etc. And when you're done, have your letter, certificate, or whatever type of document that is checked by the others. As they always say, fresh eyes easily catch errors and mistakes. You'll also get some recommendations from them, which you can apply to the document and for your next projects. Only then print your document if you're sure that it no longer have errors and mistakes.

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