# ©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20071 Travel Awards Sample comprised of 378 randomly selected HR professionals. Analyzing 378 responses.

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©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20071 Travel Awards Sample comprised of 378 randomly selected HR professionals. Analyzing 378 responses of 2,918 emails sent, 2,736 emails were received (response rate = 14%). Survey fielded September 5 – September 12, 2007; presentation generated on September 14, 2007. Margin of error is +/- 5%.

©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20072 Does your organization buy trips or components of trips to give to employees as awards or incentives? n = 371 Note: Percentages do not total 100% as multiple response options were allowed.

©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20073 Other trips or components of trips organizations give to employees as awards or incentives During annual cruise meetings, we give each employee free shore excursions If goals are met there is a yearly trip We give away travel vouchers through a travel agency We let them have the Membership Rewards points to use personally as they wish Group award trips: "President's Club" Gift cards

©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20074 Who in your organization is eligible for travel-related awards and incentives? n = 102 Note: Percentages do not total 100% as multiple response options were allowed. Respondents who answered that their organizations do not have travel-related award were excluded from this analysis.

©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20075 How does your organization select the travel-related award and incentive recipients? n = 101 Note: Percentages do not total 100% as multiple response options were allowed. Respondents who answered that their organizations do not have travel-related award were excluded from this analysis.

©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20076 What is the dollar value of the largest travel-related award or incentive employees may receive? n = 102 Note: Respondents who answered that their organization do not have travel-related award were excluded from this analysis.

©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20077 Has the use of travel-related awards and incentives at your organization, increased, stayed the same or decreased in the last two years? n = 104 Note: Respondents who answered that their organization do not have travel-related award were excluded from this analysis.

©SHRM 2007SHRM Weekly Online Survey: September 5, 20078 Are your company's travel awards or incentives designed so employees may - Note: Respondents who answered that their organization do not have travel-related award were excluded from this analysis.

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