Why Don’t Companies Reward Policy-Compliant Travelers With Loyalty Points?

By | July 7, 2017

Efforts encouraging corporate travelers to do the right thing run the gamut. Punitive measures for policy noncompliance range from informing managers to withholding reimbursement. Short of requiring pre-trip approval, other strategies use incentives like gift cards, cash or simple positive reinforcement. Why not reward travelers with loyalty program points?

Frequent flyer, guest and renter programs are the lifeblood for some business travelers. They are also often the enemy of managed corporate . . .

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