Travel-based employee rewards are hugely exciting, and an element of choice can improve their impact further.
Setting up reward programs that include travel is one way to get workers more engaged in their day-to-day tasks. Add an element of choice, and the effects can be even greater.
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Instead of just offering merchandise as a reward for a job well done, why not branch into offering trips and vacations? These events can carry a significance that even the best object or gift card could be hard-pressed to match. Of course, every worker will look for something different where travel is concerned. That’s where choice comes in.
It’s easy to see the appeal of workers plotting out their own dream vacations, then winning those trips with stellar work in the office. Reward strategies with user-directed elements bring employees’ own preferences into the picture and help them create truly appealing prizes.
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