Incentive Travel Cuts Hurt Sales, Morale, and Retention

Incentive Travel Cuts Hurt Sales, Morale, and Retention

Joint survey with the Incentive Research Foundation is the first to reveal the cumulative result of years of cutbacks.

To say that incentive trips of late have been more low-key than usual is like saying the past year has been a little... challenging. Budget cuts have forced planners to shrink the number of nights and reduce the management staff that attends. Companies have done away with golf, spa, and spouse programs—even the little gifts on the pillows. They’ve shied away from five-star propertie

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