Companies Add CSR Activities in Place of Pure R&R

Companies Add CSR Activities in Place of Pure R&R

Fun has become a dirty word at meetings and incentives, but meeting professionals are finding innovative—and politically correct—ways for attendees to network and relax

Never before have companies been so scrutinized for their meetings. AIG's $23,000 spa bill is forever imprinted on the public's psyche.

This unusual attention has left meeting and incentive planners between a rock and a hard place. The fact is that every meeting has down time, and attendees — especially incentive qualifiers — expect some kind of fun. Eliminate these activities entirely

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