incentive


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Synonyms for incentive

Synonyms for incentive

Synonyms for incentive

a positive motivational influence

an additional payment (or other remuneration) to employees as a means of increasing output

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Successful incentive award projects depend on resource availability.
Products: Premiums, sales contests, ad specialties, and incentives tot every aspect of business
Compared to standard options, the latter mix offers a manager the downside protection and continuing incentive of a share of stock, but also, the incentive to take risk and vault over the leveraged option hurdle.
Some research has found that as incentive amounts increase response rates also increase (Fox, Crask, & Jonghoon, 1988; Hopkins & Gullickson, 1992).
The most significant developments in incentive programs have occurred in the area of emissions trading, through which air pollutants are viewed as tradable commodities, each with its own regional, national, and even international markets.
The incentive for management to misstate the financial results was high or low, and the extent of corroboration for management's explanation of the fluctuation was either extensive or minimal, resulting in four conditions--high incentive/extensive corroboration; high incentive/minimal corroboration; low incentive/extensive corroboration; low incentive/minimal corroboration.
Proposed Legislation: The Work Incentive Improvement Act of 1999 is currently being considered by the U.
If comparisons are made, it is usually done by looking at the number of incentives offered by a State or city, or when possible, the type of incentive.
The DSM program offers a financial incentive for businesses to replace existing building systems with more energy-efficient technologies.
While Ohio's investment tax credit was intended to and in fact did provide an incentive to taxpayers to invest in the State, amicus TEI submits the statute does not run afoul of the neutrality required by the Commerce Clause.
CB Richard Ellis' (CBRE) Economic Incentives Group new report, "Economic Incentives: The Intersection of Site Selection and Economic Development," provides a detailed overview of how corporate site selection can be enhanced by state economic development incentive programs.
Slightly less than halt" of employers in a 2003 Hewitt Associates survey said they offer a financial incentive program.