Bucketlist is an employee recognition, rewards, and incentive program best suited to mid and large corporations (100 to 5,000 employees).
Bucketlist makes it easy and fun for employees and managers to recognize and reward each other, whether for reaching a company milestone or a job well done.
Users praised Bucketlist for keeping things simple and straightforward. Once you’ve earned enough coins for a gift card or experience you should have no trouble redeeming it through Bucketlist's site.
Bucketlist has a huge selection of rewards for employees to choose from.
Employees can get $5 gift cards to local restaurants and stores or choose to use their reward for an experience, which may include things like a concert, massage, or tour. If none of those sound appealing to your employees, you can customize the rewards to include things like a paid lunch or a day off.
Whatever you choose, many Bucketlist users were happy with the provider's turnaround time. The majority of users stated that they received their gift cards or vouchers on the same day they redeemed their coins.
Bucketlist easily integrates with many of the programs you're already familiar with, such as Slack, Outlook, Gmail, BambooHR, Ultipro, ADP, Ascentis, and more.
If you're on the fence about Bucketlist and whether or not it will help your company, we suggest checking out the case studies. Bucketlist's case studies are a great way to preview the company's services and get a good idea of how Bucketlist can help your company. The case studies even include a small questionnaire from the business owners asking about their favorite features, what could be improved, and what they liked best about the process.
We think including the questionnaire is handy as it allows potential customers to see the most popular features and which features could use some improvement.
If you're looking for rewards and recognition software for your company but want to compare pricing information, you'll have to contact Bucketlist's customer service for more detailed information. The company does not state if it charges per user per month or a yearly subscription.