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Press Releases from Madison Performance Group (4 total)

Asian-Pacific Expansion Makes Madison Performance Group Global Rewards Leader

New York, NY – January 17, 2011 – As a result of adding new global clients during 2010 along with business and head count increases in Asia-Pacific, Madison Performance Group today announces the expansion of its AwardZone Global Rewards Network, making it a global leader in the industry. The expansion announced today means that Madison has increased its rewards offering by an additional 75 percent in India, Philippines, Malaysia,

Madison Performance Group launches new corporate website

New York, NY – Jan. 5, 2011 – Madison Performance Group, the global leader in the field of Workforce Engagement and Sales Incentive Marketing, announces the launch of its new corporate website and the adoption of its new brand which reinforces and better represents its global market leadership and commitment to providing current and relevant information, trends, tips and techniques for HR and Sales Executives. The site, www.madisonpg.com, clearly serves as

HR Pros Can Learn A Lot from Marketing, Says New Executive Briefing from Madison …

Jan. 4, 2011 – New York, NY – When it comes to building a more engaged workforce through well-managed employee recognition programs, some executives have suggested that the marketing department may be better qualified than HR. But is that really the case? That’s the issue being addressed in a new Performance Perspectives executive briefing, “HR or Marketing: Who Is Better Equipped to Manage Employee Engagement?” published today by Madison Performance

New Executive Briefing from Madison Performance Group Offers Valuable Advice on …

Nov. 8, 2010 – New York, NY – Avoiding the long-term employee engagement problems created by salary freezes, downsizing, and other short-term actions by companies to rein in costs is the focus of a new executive briefing by Madison Performance Group. “As organizations struggle to do more with less – contain costs, while maintaining productivity – they appear to be doing so on the backs of their best workers,”