Top Workplace Incentives Your Employees Actually Want

Aventr

When deciding which incentives to offer your employees, you may be shocked what can work. It’s not always about spending a ton of money on your employees because money does not always equate to happiness. Today we are sharing some excellent workplace incentives that your employees want. You need to consider each employee incentive that you put forward heavily. Simple Recognition and Thanks. Bonuses + Raises.

Why you should identify your employees’ intrinsic and extrinsic motivators

Achievers

Savvy employers understand the difference between intrinsic and external (extrinsic) motivators and develop engagement programs that recognize and reward employees for exercising the right behaviors and aligning with company goals. A motivated employee is more likely to go beyond minimum work expectations, deliver high-quality work, and seek out new challenges. The rewards are tangible and often monetary, like pay increases, new benefits, bonuses, or promotions.

Cafe Classic: Balancing Process and Outcomes – How “Silo” Thinking Can End Up Rewarding the Wrong Thing

Compensation Cafe

One dimension of the balancing act considers the sometime competing realities of process and outcome. Organizations that implement employee recognition and reward programs usually do so with the best of intentions.

How Intrinsic Employee Motivation Will Help You Build Your Dream Team

Business2Community Leadership

Competition is high for finding and retaining those star employees that will set your business apart. Now, more than ever, it has become critical for companies to engage and excite their employees (both current and potential). How Does Motivating Employees Increase your Bottom Line?

How to Effectively Incentivize Your Sales Team

Bonusly

With the right incentives, businesses can keep their pipelines full. Without those incentives, organizations’ unmotivated sales teams will suffer poor performance and decreased growth. Unfortunately, the current incentive system is broken.

Walking a Tightrope: Recognizing High Performers Without Discouraging Other Employees

WorkStride

Employee engagement is a relatively new concept and concern in the work world. It used to be that only top performers received raises, accolades, and bonuses. Some of your best employees might not be “stars” on paper. Random recognition builds morale and keeps things fresh.