Incentives Go Undercover

Incentives Go Undercover

Companies seek to avoid poisonous publicity while continuing to reward top performers.

President's Club. Winner's Circle. Sky-High Stars. Despite all the negative news coverage of incentives in recent months, these groups are still turning up at luxury properties. They've just gone undercover.

As companies seek to reward top performers while keeping programs off the radar of a disapproving public or squeamish shareholders, corporate logos and welcome banners are out. Directiona

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