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PartnerPlusBenefit award programme – simply beneficial

PartnerPlusBenefit award program – Corporate benefits

Earn and redeem award points with PartnerPlusBenefit. Employees earn BenefitPoints for the company while travelling on business trips. Companies can then redeem the earned BenefitPoints for a large selection of attractive flight and merchandise awards.

Get to know PartnerPlusBenefit. Lufthansa's extensive free corporate award program offers small and medium-sized enterprises opportunities to save on travel costs for business trips while motivating employees with award flights, in-flight upgrades, lounge access, retail and FlyNet vouchers, and many more incentive rewards.

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Background information on this topic

The key to success? Hightly motivated employees

Satisfied and motivated employees are a key factor for sustainable company success. Unhappy employees, in contrast, are usually unmotivated, unproductive and have a negative effect on their colleagues and working environment.

Motivated employees perform better and demonstrate more commitment and loyalty to their company. This leads to a direct, cooperative environment for them and, above all, to satisfied customers and clients.

Employee motivation through recognition

Recognition plays an important role for employees – because good work should be always be recognised and rewarded. Where employees are made to feel that they are valued and respected as colleagues, an environment is created in which they are happier at work and are therefore more motivated and productive.

Every day, interpersonal acknowledgement through face-to-face meetings, or in writing on special occasions, are just as important as the traditional monetary or physical employee award or reward.

Many companies offer rewards for employees that is generally related to direct performance and results. This is how “distinguished” employees are able to stand out in their companies.

Internal motivation and award programs

Since few employees initially render outstanding services, general motivation and award programs also include continuing education, workshops and seminars, as well as organised corporate events. Rebates for in-house products and services, or sponsored activities such as reduced memberships at a fitness studio or reduced parking fees are tried and tested methods.

Essentially, the attractiveness of the awards increases along with the duration of employment, as well as with the employee’s position within the company. Especially in large corporations, the award programs for executives can be very attractive. For example, in addition to higher pay and bonuses, a company car or personal assistants could also be made available. More exotic amenities include separate washrooms and toilets or exclusive canteens with menus that could come from “star chefs”.

Recognition on business trips

The system is similar for business trips or official trips. First, general travel guidelines apply across the board for all employees. Travellers may be entitled to a ticket in Business Class, for example, if they exceed a certain amount of flight time. Such measures clearly allow the employee to feel valued and it’s important for the company that a business trip creates no unnecessary or undue stress for their corporate travellers.

External corporate award programs

Often, frequent flyers want to be able to enjoy higher-class products and services – even outside company events. This is where the frequent flyer status comes into play, with which the passenger has access to certain services independently of his or her booking class.

If companies are participating in PartnerPlusBenefit, the free Lufthansa corporate award program, travellers who are Miles & More members can earn miles on their personal Miles & More accounts while simultaneously earning BenefitPoints for the corporate account. So, at the end of the day, employees and employers both benefit from many different advantages and discounts that Lufthansa has to offer.