Years of Service

Planning a Years of Service Program for Your Company

A years of service program is a great way to celebrate employees’ ongoing commitment year after year.

  • Do you want to implement a Years of Service program?
  • How do you get started?
  • What should you consider?

We’d love to help you create a service award program for your organization. Here’s what you need to create that program.

To start, you need to decide what timeline increments to honor. Traditional milestones are 5, 10, 15, 20 years, and so on. Some organizations add a milestone at one and three years to jump-start their program. There is no right or wrong way to choose increments; just pick what works best for your organization.

The next step is to choose your awards. You can choose any award style you like, but a great way to select awards is to decide on a theme. It can be a specific shape like stars, or it can be an imprint process like 3D or full-color Illumachrome™. Click here for a few examples that clearly illustrate how you can combine various product options to create a program.

The last step to creating a service award program is designing meaningful artwork. We will help you pick out the best artwork based on your award choice and messaging to match that artwork. Typical artwork includes the company name and logo, number of years, and a message of congratulations. We’re happy to help you decide on the perfect layout. Once you have a layout created, you just need the list of winner’s names to complete your order.

A Years of Service program creates a predictable rhythm to the recognition efforts within your organization. Choosing a theme and fitting product selection will create consistency from year to year. As a result, these programs become steadfast pieces to your corporate culture!

From start to finish, our Solutions team can help you create an incredible service award program. We’ll help you create stunning masterpieces that will WOW your recipient! Click here for more information and to contact our Solutions department.

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