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11. Posted by Nikolina (Budding Member 51 posts) 9y

Incentive or "stimulating" travels - travels/tours that are "stimulating" or awarding your employes, business partners or clients.

12. Posted by pfeiffer (Full Member 211 posts) 9y

Quoting Nikolina

Incentive or "stimulating" travels - travels/tours that are "stimulating" or awarding your employes, business partners or clients.

Hi Nikolina,

1. 'Incentive' is not an adjective, although 'stimulating' is, and is rarely if ever used as an adjective (with the exception noted in my previous post).
2. 'Incentive' and 'stimulating' have entirely different meanings (in conventional usage).
3. You want to 'reward' employees rather than 'award' them (unless your employees are being given to someone else as a reward) -- 'award' requires a direct object.

Wishing you a rewarding and stimulating day, :)

Kevin
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Kevin Pfeiffer

13. Posted by Nikolina (Budding Member 51 posts) 9y

The problem is my english:-) I was trying to explain what does it mean in english and since I am not english native speaker mistake can happend

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