Corporate Incentive Programs

Written by Diane Sievert
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Corporate incentive programs might be just what you're looking for if you need a way to motivate your employees or reward faithful customers. These programs can be rather simple in nature (do a good job, get a nice gift) or much more complex. For example, some corporate incentive programs use a complicated point system to reward their employees and customers.

Corporate Incentive Programs on a Point System

Point systems really aren't all that complicated once you understand the underlying concept. The points represent a certain amount of money; for example, one point could represent twenty dollars. The employee or customer can then use that point to buy a gift in the twenty dollar gift category, or save it and accumulate more points in order to buy something from a more expensive category.

These kinds of corporate incentive programs are most effective if you want to invest in a continuous and static program. The best thing about a program like this is it gives your employees and customers a chance to choose what it is they want for a reward ahead of time. This way they can work towards that incentive.

When setting up corporate incentive programs that operate on a point system, you'll want to make sure you choose a gift catalog company that can meet your incentive needs. To do this, you must determine those needs ahead of time. You'll have to decide what kinds of gifts you want your employees or customers to choose from and whether or not you want the program to be online or on paper; these types of decisions will determine what type of gift catalog company you choose to use.


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