At San Francisco-based oil giant, Chevron, everyone in the Shipping Department wants a wooden fisher captain figurine on his or her desk because it is a trophy for any employee who has accomplished something. This something could be solving a problem, organising a meeting, or simply wearing a smile. While the corporation has typical offerings such as safety initiatives, profit sharing, length-of-service, President and Chairman's rewards, it is its Recognition and Awards (R&A) Process that makes ...

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