Datalogix Cultivates a Winning Work Culture

by Network for Good Specialist on ‎03-10-2014 3:00 AM, EDT

By Allison McGuire | @CaliMcG


Datalogix Network for Good Case Study on Good CardsWe're excited to announce the release of our newest Good Card case study! Datalogix, a company that provides marketing infrastructure for the data driven era by connecting digital advertising to offline sales, uses Network for Good's, Good Card® to incentivize employee referrals.


As part of this referral program, Datalogix’s human resources team sought to create a rewards program that reflected its culture of giving. The addition of the referral program, enables employees to receive a $1,000 Good Cardwhen a referral joins the Datalogix team.


Key case study findings include: 


 → Employees are motivated to shape the Datalogix work culture.

The addition of the Good Card to the existing referral program gives employees great incentive to refer top talent. This allows employees to not only contribute to the Datalogix team and culture, but to their community as well.


Employees contribute to charities of all shapes and sizes.

With 1.4 million charities to choose from, it’s not just large nonprofits that receive donations—local nonprofits and niche causes also receive much-needed support. Employees are excited to receive Good Cards and spend the funds to support their favorite cause.


Read the full Datalogix Good Card case study here.


If you're interested in learning how to use these charity cards to boost your employee engagement portfolio, email us!



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