The Incentive Research Foundation has a new person at the helm: Melissa Van Dyke, formerly managing consultant, Employee Engagement Practice, at Maritz, Feton, Mo. As IRF president, she will be responsible for the overall management and operation of the foundation, replacing Frank Katusak, who is leaving at the end of March. The IRF will be moving its headquarters to St. Louis from its present location in New York. Van Dyke has written various Maritz white papers on the subject of ...

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