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The purpose of incentive travel may be to reward top performers in your organization, but it can also serve as an opportunity to do even more. The 2018 SITE Index reports that, sustainability and other green initiatives have the most positive impact on incentive programs.

The report explains, “This correlates to the finding that a large majority of incentive travel programs now include at least one corporate social responsibility (CSR) activity.”

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At the root of incentive travel is true corporate social responsibility, after all. As a corporation, it is your responsibility to make sure your staff feels valued and appreciated, especially if you want to increase happiness, productivity and ROI. That, in turn, projects back on the positivity and ability to give back in the community.

If you’re looking for a way to reward top performers in a unique manner, take the small extra step and work sustainability into an already incredible incentive program. To get an idea of how that can be achieved, take a look at how we put our creative minds together to put together once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Exceptional performers require exceptional rewards, so work with an exceptional team that can deliver that for you.

In addition to creating unique incentive travel for our clients, Bishop-McCann also does its part to give back to the community. Learn more about how and why we give back to the people that support us everyday.

Why to Incorporate Corporate Social Responsibility in Incentive Programs was last modified: September 4th, 2020 by Devin Carver