Years-of-Service Awards and Gifts
The years-of-service awards in this category go by a variety of names. You may know them as longevity awards, employee anniversary awards, or years-of-service awards. Regardless of the term used, their purpose is clear: to recognize and reward loyalty and dedication over time.
Unfortunately, most years-of-service awards don’t convey this kind of appreciation. Too often, they are simply chosen from a rigid selection of cookie-cutter designs, and engraved with a few lines of text.
But you do have an alternative.
At Prestige Custom Awards, we provide a full range of employee longevity award designs. But what we specialize in is awards that are anything but cookie-cutter and interchangeable. Their designs can spring from your logo, your industry, your organizational mission, or any number of other inspirations.
Whatever their special characteristics, custom service awards can have a unique impact. Our 40 years of experience have shown that custom awards have considerably greater perceived value among recipients.
Custom years-of-service awards can also serve two other significant goals. The first goal is employee retention, an increasingly challenging and consuming focus for many organizations in today’s environment.
The second goal is more subtle. It involves advancing your organization’s brand. Because employee loyalty is not the only reason to celebrate an individual’s contribution. It’s also an opportunity to celebrate your organization, and what makes it a special one to work at or serve.
While most recognition awards are often generic and uninspiring, we specialize in crafting unique, custom awards that celebrate not only an individual’s loyalty and dedication but also elevate your organization’s brand. With 40 years of experience, we understand that custom awards hold greater perceived value and can significantly impact employee retention, making them a powerful way to honor both the recipient and your organization.
Get started on a years-of-service award that truly pays tribute to both the honoree—and your organization. Get the creative process started.