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Pocket change

...Does the boss say thanks? No? Well, you've got ample company. More than half of employees in a recent survey by Maritz Inc. said they were never or rarely thanked for their efforts. However, 35 percent said they were thanked frequently at...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/09/14/bus_387333.shtml
Business
Adventurous woman realizes her dream of being an artist

...living in Colorado for three years, Ms. Crenshaw searched for a job that would pay her to travel. She was hired by Maritz Inc., a corporate incentive travel company based in Missouri. "I worked for the auto industry, with clients like Honda...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/09/15/ric_2743.shtml
Richmond Neighbors
Pocket change

...that will improve company morale and increase employee productivity, according to Maritz Brand Alignment, a unit of Maritz Inc., a Missouri-based market research and consulting firm. Among the goals Maritz suggests: building more trust among...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/01/05/bus_362442.shtml
Business
Travel tips

...involved 1,000 people in an October online survey conducted by Maritz Loyalty Marketing, part of St. Louis-based Maritz Inc. EXPENSE ABUSES: As companies have been forced to upgrade their financial controls and reporting, many have begun...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/20/liv_443826.shtml
Life & style
Pocket change

...compensation issues. Some managers have begun turning to online shopping as a way to reward good work, according to Maritz Inc., a Missouri-based market researcher. Some employers have begun awarding points for workers to spend on gifts...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/08/17/bus_384757.shtml
Business | Procter & Gamble
Employer spotlight

...companies offering such incentives overcharge for their vehicles in the first place. The August poll of 1,002 people by Maritz Inc., a St. Louis-based market researcher, also found that more than a third, 36 percent, had postponed a vehicle...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/10/12/bus_396423.shtml
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