Ranked the top provider in the employee recognition industry for two years in a row based on customer satisfaction ratings
New York, NY. August 10, 2016 — Madison Performance Group, a global leader in social recognition, has been named the number one recognition provider by HRO Today magazine for the second year in a row. In its annual Baker’s Dozen feature, HRO Today ranks the top companies in the employee recognition industry based on customer feedback surveys.
Highly regarded in the HR industry, the prestigious awards are based on the feedback of qualified HR executives. Administered by HRO Today, analysis is based on three criteria: breadth of service, size of deals, and quality of service. Using a predetermined algorithm that weighs questions and categories based on importance, scores were calculated in all three subcategories as well as an overall score, resulting in Madison’s number one ranking again this year.
"We were honored to be named the top recognition provider last year, and to be recognized by our customers again this year is an even greater achievement,” said Werner Haase, Madison’s CEO. “This award represents a culmination of our 40-year commitment to helping our clients’ achieve their recognition goals with best-in-class solutions. We are grateful to have the opportunity to partner with organizations that share our mission of building cultures of recognition.”
Madison was honored with the prestigious award for its ability to deliver intuitive and multi-faceted recognition programs powered by Maestro, its uniquely configurable cloud-based SaaS technology. Madison actively collaborates with its clients to deliver results through measurable breakthroughs in higher performance and employee recognition, which is reflected in their top scoring in the quality of service category.
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As a global leader in Social Recognition, Madison provides enterprise-class organizations with employee recognition, incentives and service anniversary programs designed for the needs of today’s ever-changing workforce. Madison’s recognition strategy focuses on making managers mentors, reinforcing a sense of belonging, celebrating personal and professional milestones and emphasizing inclusion and diversity.