Some Simple And Inspiring Travel Incentives You Can Offer To Your Employees

Travel incentive programs can certainly motivate even the laziest and most apathetic employee. After all, who doesn’t want to travel? And nothing tops traveling for free, with all expenses paid by the company you work for. Business owners, of course, would also want to try any idea or strategy that would motivate their employees and encourage them to reach their target goals. Offering travel incentives can certainly be on the top of their list of rewards solutions. However, when it comes to travel incentive programs, many business owners would immediately trash this idea because this would mean big expenses on their part. Travel incentive programs do not need to be costly, though. And they don’t have to eat up a big chunk of your business’ annual operating budget. There are travel perks that can fit any budget size. If you’re looking for budget-friendly and simple yet unique and inspiring travel incentives, consider these tips and ideas:

  • Have your high-performing employees go on a history trip. With this unique type of travel incentive, have your employees learn more about the history and ins and outs of your business. For instance, if you own a grocery chain, organize a trip for your outstanding employees to meet your suppliers and to visit them in their own environment. They can spend a day in the farm with the suppliers to learn more about how the products come about, how they are preserved, how the shipping process is handled, etc.
  • A travel reward can also be something as simple as a trip to the cinema. But of course, make sure that the trip to the cinema will still be educational and inspiring as well. For example, if you run a school, organize a schedule for your deserving employees to watch films like “Dead Poets Society”and “Mona Lisa Smile.” You won’t have a hard time looking for a movie theater that screens films that are considered classic.
  • Organize team excursions to a sporting event. If your employees are big fans of the NFL, NBA or MLB, reward outstanding employees with tickets to an upcoming hometown game or in a nearby area, with all expenses paid. This can definitely be an exciting reward, especially if a lot of your employees are avid sports fans.

If you’re looking for something more extravagant, you can offer such exciting travel incentives while still working within a given budget by getting help from seasoned incentive consultants. They can help you plan, set up and implement a travel incentive program that can really motivate your employees but won’t create a huge dent on your company’s budget.

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