The newly released 2022 Incentive Travel Index (ITI) reports that, overall, the incentive travel industry is strong....
Key trends for 2021 that were expected to impact a workforce and sales landscape that had been dramatically changed by the pandemic.
Despite the often devastating impact the pandemic had on the incentives industry in 2020, the IRF’s Industry Outlook for 2021 reported the continued importance of incentive programs to employers.
External shocks bring powerful moments of change, creating new norms. During a widespread pause on travel, the incentive travel sector has sought its bearings, wondering what incentive travel will look like on the other side.
The study examines which rewards employees prefer the most, which rewards employers use most frequently, and which rewards most closely correlate to motivation.
The study identifies the non-cash rewards strategies and tactics used by top performing financial services companies and provides benchmarks and best practices.
A study of strategies and best practices for incentive program design. Offers insights into how organizations can use incentives to address the immediate challenges presented by the pandemic and how incentives can accelerate recovery.
The study identifies the non-cash rewards strategies and tactics used by top performing technology companies and provides benchmarks and best practices.
A deep dive into the results of the manufacturing / automotive segment included in the 2020 IRF Top Performer Study.
The IRF fielded a study in July 2020 to understand the ongoing impact on 2020 programs, and when industry professionals believed incentive travel for of various group sizes would return.
This May 2020 study reported the impact of COVID-19 on employee and channel reward and recognition programs
The report reviews threats to running incentive programs, including COVID-19, weather, travel hazards, politics, economic downturns. With a focus on the impact of COVID-19 on the industry, the report provides strategies for business survival and recovery.
While there have been unprecedented changes since this study was conducted, the study shows companies were increasingly pushing for higher accountability for their incentive programs.