Jennifer Vecchi runs the Atlas’ Incentives division of their Meetings + Incentives branch. She is also a regular contributor to the online HR-related publication TLNT.com. Here she writes about how companies need to remember their core values, as it influences every other part of the organization. Click HERE to read the full article at TLNT.com.
Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Travel’s Meetings + Incentives Discusses Why Employees Should Enjoy Their Jobs
Jennifer Vecchi, from Atlas Travel’s Meetings + Incentives division writes for TLNT.com, an HR-related online magazine. In this instance, she is writing about how employees should actually enjoy their jobs, and how employers can help with that. Click HERE to read the full article at TLNT.com
Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Travel’s Meetings + Incentives division writes a regular column for TLNT.com. This month her latest column encourages business managers to take a look at their business and for ways to improve things in the new year. One of the things that they should also look at is their reward and incentives [...]
Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Travel’s Meetings + Incentives division has a by-lined article up at TLNT.com. This article discusses how you can find the right incentives and rewards program to fit in with your corporate culture. Read the article by clicking HERE.
Jennifer Vecchi of Atlas Meetings + Incentives Discusses How to Sustain an Incentives and Rewards Program
There is a popular theory out there that an incentives and reward program does not work. Or, if it does work, the effect of improved productivity is only temporary. Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Meetings + Incentives discusses in an article how to keep a program running and how to make it sustainable. Click HERE to [...]
Lea Cahill, Atlas Travel’s new COO, talked with Travel Market Report’s Fred Gebhart during the 2012 GBTA Convention in Boston. She was quoted in THIS article on a subject that has major importance within the travel industry. That topic is the ancillary fees charged by airlines that has been debated for months. How will [...]
The Travel Weekly 2012 Power List ranks the most powerful travel companies in the industry. Three of the companies that K Squared Communications has worked with in recent months ended up on the list. Short’s Travel Management was ranked number 38, Atlas Travel was ranked #39 and Travel Experts came in #40. This year, three companies [...]
Lea Cahill, Atlas’ new COO, sat down with Michele McDonald from Travel Technology Update and discussed her new role and how Atlas is rolling out the new Amadeus One platform. Also featured is Kim Castro, Executive Vice-President, Technology and Automation. The Amadeus One Platform makes Atlas a multi-GDS operation. They are the first travel management [...]
Is the idea of having an “Employee of the Month” and out-dated concept? Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Meetings + Incentives sure thinks so. Perhaps the concept of an “Employee of the Moment” is more effective. Maybe having an Employee of the Month is rewarding too few people far too late to keep them engaged. Find [...]
Our friends and beloved clients Atlas Travel are competing in a competition sponsored by the Boston Business Journal called “Social Madness.” Basically, they are competing in the mid-sized company category and it is a competition that looks at what companies are doing as far as social media goes. Social media is a big new initiative [...]