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Recognition. Incentive. Reward.

Posted By Society for Incentive Travel Excellence , Monday, January 30, 2017

Recognition. Incentive. Reward. There’s a whole lot of confusion what to use when. The Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) Foundation recently took a look at the ways in which we drive behaviour and performance through a series of articles.

The results offered a few intriguing insights and thoughts, including:

Companies that invest more than 1% of payroll on recognition 79% more likely to see better financial results. 
(Read the full article — Incentive vs. Recognition – What to Use When – and Why)

You can’t always measure ROI — which is why VOI might be a better metric. 
(Apply for the white paper— Using Recognition and Incentives to Drive Results)

Do the terms “recognition” and “incentive” even matter to practitioners?
(Find out more from industry leaders Michelle Smith and Paul Hebert in — The View from Here)

You can’t always measure ROI — which is why VOI might be a better metric.
(Download the white paper by Jill Anonson of ITA Group— Using Recognition and Incentives to Drive Results)

 

 

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