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As a professional organization, the LFPA will help loyalty programs understand loyalty fraud prevention and, serve as a resource and central database for known loyalty fraudsters, establish best practices for preventing fraud and educate loyalty program members via workshops and conferences.
Dion Maritz, General Manager, ICLP Dubai, comments: "'No such thing as loyalty' may appear to be a controversial statement to make, particularly when voiced by respected loyalty marketing experts like ICLP.
But there were no big parades, flag ceremonies, public meetings or school programs Saturday to honor Loyalty Day.
Most employees want loyalty to be understood as a mutual, respectful and beneficial relationship.
Conversely, however, there appears to be significant skepticism about the actual demise of employee loyalty.
The waning era had been grounded on a bedrock of patriotism, a loyalty to country cemented by the threats, challenges, and triumphs of two wars and the Depression.
Josiah Royce's 1908 opus, The Philosophy of Loyalty,(1) still remains the locus classicus on the subject.
The survey of more than 150 customer loyalty and retention executives in both B2B and B2C companies examined current trends in loyalty programs.
Unlike a downtrodden economy inspiring more loyalty among workers, a revitalized technology sector has brought about more loyalty at United Online.
In the past, Loyalty Partner Solutions has already achieved extensive process optimisation and successfully implemented enhancements for Deutsche Bahn.
Allegiance and Loyalty 360 conducted the survey to better understand the current adoption of loyalty, satisfaction, engagement programs and enterprise feedback management (EFM) practices within organizations.