The newly released 2022 Incentive Travel Index (ITI) reports that, overall, the incentive travel industry is strong....
Research / IRF Webinar: The IRF 2022 Trends
by Incentive Federation
As we enter 2022, companies are navigating workforce challenges including continued uncertainty, more employees working remotely, and “The Great Resignation.” Given the importance of recruitment, retention, and engagement, incentive programs will be more important than ever. During our next IRF webinar, we’ll discuss what lies ahead for the incentives industry as reported in The IRF 2022 Trends Report:
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As we enter 2023, COVID concerns have subsided, while workforce issues take on increased urgency. Given one of the most challenging labor markets in history, incentives are an increasingly critical business strategy to help organizations attract, retain, and build culture.
The IRF partnered with researchers at the University of South Carolina and Hong Kong Polytechnic University to conduct a series of experiments studying the relationship between employee satisfaction and engagement and turnover in the hospitality industry.