Good enterprise recognition system
January 08, 2021

Good enterprise recognition system

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Kudos

We deployed Kudos across the whole organisation to enable employees with a platform to share their good experience with others in the organisation, recognising and rewarding them. This allows recognition across different business units, locations and all job families, allowing individuals and teams to be called out for their good work and aligning them to our values.
  • Easy to use, user friendly platform.
  • Ability to have different levels of recognition depending on the job recognised.
  • Ability to add on not only comments to kudos given, but also additional kudos points.
  • It provides with visibility of highest kudos points givers and receivers, but not at a team or business unit level.
  • Very straight forward, so much so that sometimes recognitions might miss their impact as there are only 4 levels of recognition.
  • It has provided us with the ability to continue a rewards based recognition program through COVID times, giving our employees the ability to accumulate points but at the same time allowing the company to suspend points redemption as needed.
I've used Taste Card as a comparable product, but it is not at the enterprise level Kudos is in. Kudos is far more flexible at small and large scales, and quite versatile within teams. It's a good benefit for employees and a great tool for leadership that can be easily deployed and with an easy rewarding system.

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Kudos is best suited for organisations looking for a recognition program across all employee levels and groups. In my experience, it works well if it's encouraged by the organisation and most importantly its leaders, as it can be a tool used by teams and team members, both internal and external.