O.C. Tanner Software

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What is O.C. Tanner?

O.C. Tanner is a cloud-based suite of employee experience applications that enables enterprises of all sizes to develop strategies for employee recognition and reward programs. Features include peer recognition, feedback, reward point distribution, analytics and more.

O.C. Tanner allows users to broadcast accomplishments and exemplary performance of staff members across the organization through a centralized bulletin board. It facilitates businesses to design customizable event awards, gift cards, trophies, certificates and more using brand logo, recipients’ names and corporate imagery. Additionally, the solution features leadership management capabilities, which help manage and track meeting frequencies and one-on-ones agendas, increasing accountabilit...


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June 2019

Anonymous

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Company Size: 10,000+ employees

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

5.0

June 2019

Great Way to Highlight Appreciation in the Workplace!

O.C. Tanner has improved employee engagement and encourages everyone to bring their best self to work, as well as to show kindness to colleagues by recognizing their everyday contributions to the company's betterment.

Pros

O.C. Tanner is an excellent way to recognize employees on multiple levels, from appreciation for everyday tasks to thank you's for completion of huge projects. It also allows employees to recognize each others' hard work and achievements!

Cons

I would love if it were a little easier to use your preferred name on this software. I know there is a way, but if it were something that was clarified on first sign in, I think it'd be neat.