For the success of your incentive program it is crucial which condition you attach to the grant. Clarify at the outset which goals you want to achieve with the incentive. However, this also means that some people will benefit from the incentive in question. Others will not.
Incentives that are distributed according to the “same for all” method do not reach the employees who are in your focus specifically enough. On top of that, you are throwing a lot of money out the window with this watering can method.
With the selection of the incentive you control which further effects you achieve. For example, an event as an incentive for a successful project team can further strengthen cooperation, networking and team cohesion. With appropriately selected restaurant vouchers, on the other hand, you contribute to the health of your employees.
- Experience that your top performers will not forget so quickly
- Creation of networks of relationships between service providers
- Know-how transfer during the incentive at a high level
- Strengthening the bond to the company and additional commitment
- improvement of well-being, fitness and health
The incentive voucher is one of the most popular forms of incentive. It is used less often as an effective incentive for performance in advance and fulfils its purpose more as a reward for special commitment and achieved success. However, the expectation of the incentive recipient to receive a voucher again if he or she once again achieves outstanding performance nevertheless creates a valuable and usable incentive for the future.
Conclusion: If an incentive system is successful, it can contribute massively to the economic goals of your company.