Category Archives: Global Rewards

“Software as a Service” Based Loyalty Programs – Country Focus: Canada

Canada continues to represent a large market for loyalty programs providers. Canadian companies – even more so than their American counterparts – have made a consistent effort to invest and support their workforces, even during turbulent economic conditions. Canada’s population is approximately 34 million people. The official languages are English and French although 20% of Continue Reading

“Software as a Service” Based Loyalty Programs – Country Focus: The United States

The interest in employee loyalty programs has exploded around the world. Loyalty programs providers are able to offer companies the tools to help motivate their employees. This leads to increased employee loyalty, productivity, and profits. What’s interesting is how drastic the differences in motivators are when comparing one country to another. Some countries are experiencing Continue Reading

“Software as a Service” Based Loyalty Programs – Country Focus: The Market in the Brazil

Brazil is the seventh largest economy in the world and is the largest country in South America. Brazil’s population exceeds 190 million people. The workforce represents 54% of the country’s population (101 million). 81% of the population lives in urban areas and the literacy rate of the adult population is 90.3%. Brazil is one of Continue Reading

“Software as a Service” Based Loyalty Programs – Country Focus: The Market in the France

France is the fifth largest economy in the world and the second largest economy in Europe (next to Germany). France entered the 2008 global recession later – and bounced back earlier – than other impacted countries. France’s population exceeds 65 million and the national language is French. The literacy rate in French is 99% and Continue Reading

“Software as a Service” Based Loyalty Programs – Country Focus: The Market in the UK

While countries like China, India and Singapore are experiencing a very competitive labour market as a result of supply and demand shifts (more job opportunities than skilled workers); employers in the United Kingdom are facing entirely different challenges as it relates to their employees. The number one challenge that UK employers face are a de-motivated Continue Reading