incentive /ɪnˈsɛntɪv/ noun a formal scheme using rewards and recognition to promote or encourage specific actions or behaviour by a specific group of people during a defined period of time; particularly used in business management to motivate employees, and in sales to attract and retain customers
FMI was awarded the Outstanding UK Consumer Market Development Award for 2018 at the recent Huawei UK Partner Convention, held at Altitude, London in May.
Incentive travel agency FMI provides some guidance about choosing incentive travel destinations when ‘money is no object’. There are 196 countries in the world (if you include Taiwan). Assuming you are not planning to take your incentive travel winners to somewhere domestically, this means you have a choice of 195 overseas destinations to consider when […]
FMI were awarded the Outstanding Consumer Market Development Award for 2017 at the recent Huawei UK Partner Convention, held at the Church House Conference Centre, Westminster.
Saying well done is not as easy as it looks for managers Employee recognition programmes and non-cash reward or incentive schemes are part of the total rewards strategy for most modern organizations. They are designed to increase overall staff engagement and improve business sales and processes. It seems obvious that improving staff loyalty and incentivizing […]