Madison is listed in the Top-3 for the sixth time in the employee recognition industry based on customer satisfaction surveys
New York, NY. August 17, 2021 — Madison, a global leader in social recognition, has been named amongst the Top-3 recognition providers by HRO Today magazine. This is the 8th year Madison has been recognized among the Top Recognition Providers on the industry report. In its annual Baker’s Dozen feature, HRO Today ranks the top companies in the employee recognition industry based on customer feedback surveys.
"As we embarked on recovery in 2021 after an unprecedented 2020, we were inspired by the perseverance and resolve that our clients showed in supporting their teams,” said Alex Alaminos, President & CEO. “We continue to grow in our understanding of what our clients need from us as a partner in the recognition space and will always keep their feedback and best interests top of mind . We are grateful for their partnership and appreciate their participation in bestowing this award on our team.”
The Baker's Dozen Customer Satisfaction Rating is an independent analysis of feedback collected from more than 210 verified recognition customers and buyers. The Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Ratings 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.
According to Elliot Clark, CEO of HRO Today, “During a time where rewarding and celebrating employees is a crucial pillar of a positive workforce environment, recognizing the organizations that make that their mission is rewarding in and of itself. Organizations like Madison who focus on support, appreciation and inspiration as their goals are clearly well-regarded by their partners, evidenced by the positive feedback they receive year after year.”
To view a full list of rankings, visit www.hrotoday.com
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.
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