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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

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For the New Year, Look at Changing Your Reward and Incentives Program

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 […]

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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 […]

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Jennifer Vecchi of Atlas Meetings + Incentives Writing for TLNT.com About What Your Incentive Program Says About You As a Company

It’s probably not something you spend a lot of time worrying about as an employer, especially when you are starting a recruitment effort.  However, for any potential employees, your incentives and rewards program can indicate quite a few things. Jennifer Vecchi, from Atlas Meetings + Incentives, discusses what your employee incentives and rewards programs says […]

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Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Meetings + Incentives at TLNT.com: Effective Incentives Involve an Experience

Jennifer Vecchi, who runs the Incentives division of Atlas Travel International’s Meetings + Incentives segment, writes for TLNT.com. TLNT.com is an HR-related website. Her latest article discusses how employers looking for an effective incentives program need to offer more than a catalog full of gifts, but a rich experience for the employee. Click HERE to […]

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Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Meetings + Motivation on TLNT.com

Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Travel International’s Meetings + Motivation writes about managing your employee incentives program. The key, as she states here, is keeping things flexible so that you can keep things positive as it pertains to your program. Read the entire article by clicking HERE!

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Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Meetings + Incentives Discusses Employee Incentives for Little Money

It turns out that making even the smallest of gestures when it comes to thanking your employees has a big impact. So, employers who think they need to spend a ton of money in order to have an effective incentives program may not be thinking it through correctly. Read the latest article from Jennifer Vecchi […]

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Knowing When to Get Help With Your Incentives Program – TLNT.com Article

Jennifer Vecchi, from Atlas Meetings + Incentives, discusses in this TLNT.com article, how best to manage an employee incentives program.  However, she also discusses how to find help when trying to run that program in-house becomes too much. Click HERE to read the entire article at TLNT.com

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Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Meetings + Incentives on TLNT.com Talking about Incentives

Jennifer Vecchi runs the Incentives portion of the Atlas Travel International division known as Atlas Meetings + Incentives.  She is also a regular contributor to the HR-related news and information website TLNT.com.  Here, in this particular article, she discusses some of the more creative ways companies can use rewards and incentives with their employees. Click […]

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Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Meetings + Incentives Discusses Resurrecting that Long Dead Program

Lots of companies start their rewards and incentives programs with good intentions.  They seem to understand that employees like them and that they build morale.  However, they also sometimes forget to keep the communications between management and the employees flowing and the program dies where it starts. Jennifer Vecchi, from Atlas Travel International’s Meetings + […]

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