Many incentive programs are simply “do x get y”. Nothing wrong with that. I would probably classify them more like a customer loyalty program instead of a true incentive since they are really designed to reinforce ongoing engagement with the… Continue Reading →
Yesterday was Super Tuesday. Don’t get mad yet – this post isn’t really about politics and this isn’t Facebook. Results from the voting in the various Democratic primaries dominated the news cycle. And a lot of the discussion was about… Continue Reading →
Coming up with something interesting (and new) to write about relating to incentives is getting pretty hard. I usually come up with something I feel I haven’t addressed. I quickly write a positioning paragraph and then go check my posts… Continue Reading →
So many incentive programs are designed based on the needs and wants (and compensation goals) of the guy or gal in charge. They need to hit 110% of goal – so everyone is rewarded for 115% of goal (gotta add… Continue Reading →
Does your program focus your people on one goal for 12 months? You’re going to lose people very quickly when you do this. Or do you have too many programs with little focus, simply running promotion after promotion after promotion…. Continue Reading →
How high is up? The amount you should reward someone for achieving their goal, doing the behaviors, taking the test, isn’t a static number. Often clients will ask what the “average” award value is when comparing themselves to other clients…. Continue Reading →
Would you be willing to give your participants a portion of your incentive funds if they hit a personal goal but not their professional one?