You don't need to game saying thank-you.

Recognition is best when its timely, simple, and a regular part of your week. As part of the weekly update process, team members have the opportunity to send kudos to colleagues for a job-well-done.

We don't overcomplicate it, force it into strict categories or make it about money or earning points. We let it be about the simple act of saying thanks to a work friend and we think that's better.

Simple recognition

Saying thank you shouldn't be about earning points or being forced to validate a "core value."

Timely and relevant

Asking about recognition in the context of a weekly update drives relevancy and cuts down on noise.

Results in context

Seeing recognition activity alongside weekly updates and 1-1 meetings provides meaningful context.