A new survey by the Incentive Federation concludes that noncash awards are powerful motivators, while bonuses are another story. In the study of 600 business owners and managers, three out of five respondents said their employees consider their bonuses to be part of their total remuneration, while they think of merchandise and travel awards as a special form of recognition — a gift from employer to employee. In fact, 68 percent of survey respondents said bonus payments can have a ...

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