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incentive

a. an additional payment made to employees as a means of increasing production
b. (as modifier): an incentive scheme

Incentive

A discount, contribution, or amenity offered to a lessee of a property or facility.
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Reorganization, staff turnover, lost or misplaced documentation, and lack of commitment all contribute to diluting the value of incentive packages.
Products: Corporate gift and incentive programs featuring gourmet steaks and food products as well as gift certificates
With restricted stock, however, the incentive to increase share value is always the same, whether the stock rises or falls.
Similarly, a review of 40 studies published in the Journal of Counseling Psychology found that only one study utilized a monetary incentive (Weathers et al.
Most experts suggest it's too soon to gauge where and how incentive programs will grow under the Bush administration.
However, based on prior research related to judgment and decision-making theory, we expected auditors would not revise plans unless management had an explicit incentive to misstate financial results.
The difficulty of keeping track of the work incentive provisions causes significant numbers of recipients and beneficiaries to be overpaid--75 percent of all recipients who make between $600 and $1,000 per month (GAO, 1996b).
Companies are taking advantage of the incentive game played by the States and cities and expect a benefit from relocating.
This resource provides the latest metrics on the prevalence of incentives, favored incentive types, population health management activities most often incentivized, most effective incentives, identification and eligibility of recipients, and incentive program challenges, measurement tools, results and ROI, and much more.
New York City property owners in selected areas who are concerned about the rising cost of electricity and energy reliability can participate in ConEdison Solutions' Demand Side Management (DSM) initiative, an incentive program that promotes load reduction.
Because this case implicates the constitutionality of every state and local tax incentive and, regardless of its disposition, may markedly affect all U.
Collaborating with public and private entities in Kalamazoo County and the State of Michigan, Southwest Michigan First "developed an aggressive incentive package and provided comprehensive development services, including road improvements, sewer extension, the creation of a new municipal water system for Charleston Township and the remediation of 10 acres of wetlands," the agency notes on its Web site.