Employees who stay for five years at PPL are rewarded with tickets to the star studded Brit Awards.
PPL uses the incentive as a way of engaging with its mostly young workforce, more than half of which are under 35-years-old.
Long service rewards then continue every five years with the gifts increasing slightly in value accordingly.
PPL works on behalf of about 90,000 record companies and performers to licence recorded music in public in the UK, so also uses the event to connect employees with their work in a more glamourous way.
"Its music related and it's quite a prestigious event," explains director of people and organisational development Kate Reilly.
"We now have long-service videos on which we as a business put together a tribute to the individual; it's done by the peers, colleagues and managers. It's quite a nice touch. And then that gets shown on the particular summer proms day and they all get presented with a plaque in recognition of their service."
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