The Insurance Incentive: Twelve Months of Work = Four Nights in Hawaii

More than half of the insurance companies responding to the Life Insurance Marketing Research Association (LIMRA) 1995 Convention Practices Survey said their incentive travel programs are based on a 12-month qualification period; the most common incentive-trip length reported was four nights; and the most commonly reported incentive destination was Hawaii.

LIMRA posed some other questions that Insurance Conference Planner didn't cover in the 1996 Salary and Practices Survey (see our r

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