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Why does motivation matter?
Motivation is necessary to remain focused on the goal. Incentives are tied to motivation by giving the individual a goal or a reward to work toward.
Motivation: the act or process of giving someone a reason for doing something. (Miriam-Webster dictionary)
Why are incentives important?
Employees need goals to work toward; incentives are monetary or non-monetary rewards used to motivate the individual(s). Incentives are tied to motivation by providing a goal to work toward.
Incentive: something that encourages a person to do something or to work harder. (Miriam-Webster dictionary)
Types of Incentives:
Rewards can be awarded either to all employees or employees who participate can be placed in a drawing for a chance to win. Drawings can be monthly, quarterly or annually.
- Health-related promotional items
- Company SWAG (Stuff We All Get)
- Gift cards
- Preferred parking
- Additional vacation time
- Recognition in meetings
- Dress down day
- Front of the line for holiday meal or potluck
- Extra lunch time
Reimbursements for the following:
- Gym membership
- Weight management program
- Entry fees for walks, runs, cycling events
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