Prostitution may have been legalized in Germany in 2001, but it's still relatively verboten to mention it's being used. Still, high-powered German businesses seem to have found a way to use orgy-like sex parties as business incentives -- when used the right way, they're a tie that definitely binds.
At certain levels and points in negotiations, workers and customers can "no longer be rewarded with money," an industry insider told Spiegel Online International. That's when the company-sponsored "recreational perks," come into play. Cash is recorded in accounting books, but super secret parties? They appear to come out of the regular entertainment budget. And they're not for every worker.