18 Midlake Blvd. S.E.

Calgary, Alberta T2X - 2X7

Canada 

Bus: (403) 256 - 9343

Fax: (403) 254 - 2399

E-mail: passport@shaw.ca

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TEAM BUILDING AND EMPLOYEE REWARDS

Cash rewards will quickly be forgotten while the memories of a trip for an employee and their family will last a lifetime.
REWARDING TOP PERFORMERS:

In order to effectively attract, motivate and retain critical talent, companies must structure their rewards programs to differentiate between critical and non-critical talent and between top and average performers. One of the best mechanisms to create this differentiation is to set aside a portion of the annual merit budget to team build and reward top talent. Annual travel combined with meetings and team building exercises can be a meaningful reward for critical talent and top performers.

 

WINTER ESCAPES:

Winter escapes for employees and their families are one the best ways to reward employee performance and help kick start the coming year. Weather you decide to take in a warm destination or even a cruise, passport travel can help you find a solution to meet your budget and business needs.

 

TEAM ADVENTURES:

Getting your staff away from the office for a team building adventure is one of the best things you can do for productivity. Not to mention, it’s an experience they’ll be talking about for a very long time. Passport Travel can create an adventure, close to home, or in a far off land that provides you and your team with a bond that's sure to result in high returns to your bottom line. 

 

TALK TO US:

No matter how large or small your group or what city they start their travel from, we are ready to help you plan your reward travel. We will be happy to meet with you to assess your needs and tailor a reward that's right for you and your team. Call us today!

REMEMBER THE TAX

When you pay for a vacation for an employee, the employee's family or both, the cost of the vacation constitutes a taxable benefit to the employee. Combining business activities can reduce the taxable benefit. We recommend you consult an accountant to understand the implications to the company and the employees.