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Reinforce cost-effective strategies from your employees

Published September 18th, 2019 by Bottomlineadmin

Reinforce cost-effective strategies from your employees

Every time your staff makes a wise choice in corporate travel planning, it can be helpful to reward this behavior so it will be replicated the next time around. This can be done in the form of recognition or special prizes. Rewarding your employees can help them stay motivated in keeping budget limits at bay.

 What are some examples of rewarding employees?

 Upgrading their work space or equipment: Reinforcing good decisions of employees can be done by providing them the best tools to help them succeed in their work.

Say “thank you”: Sometimes, even a simple thank you can make an employee’s day. When you start a culture of gratitude, you can ensure unity in your team to help achieve corporate travel agenda.

Hold a simple celebration: It doesn’t have to be a fancy party to honor your team. It can even just be treating them to a simple lunch or holding a “lunch break party” to help acknowledge a member who did the right decision during a corporate travel.

Reward your employees publicly: Reprimands should be done in private, while rewards should be done in public. Presenting a certificate, a plaque, or any other form of incentive can help your employees feel motivated to do their best in corporate travel decision-making.

 Corporate travel planning does not have to be stressful. By keeping these strategies in mind, you will have a productive yet cost-effective trip for your company.


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