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Effects of non monetary benefits on employee performance

The findings of current study shows that there is a positive significant relationship between non monetary benefits i.

  • For example, a mug or a tee-shirt with the team's logo could be awarded to a team that has accomplished a short-term goal on time;
  • Trophy Value Nonmonetary awards can often be shown to co-workers and friends as a trophy given in appreciation of good work;
  • For instance, they have an award called, "Thanks!
  • The findings of this study revealed that, non-monetary rewards have positive impact on employee motivation in Tesco;
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  • However, the survey also found that employers reported about the same level of performance improvement with cash and nonmonetary awards and that the awards held approximately the same perceived value.

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  2. ASO also has a Recognition Lottery in which previously recognized employees can win awards, such as a reserved parking spot for 6 months, lunch with the Commanding Officer, having their pictures displayed in a prominent place, or having a hallway named after them.
  3. However, the survey also found that employers reported about the same level of performance improvement with cash and nonmonetary awards and that the awards held approximately the same perceived value.
  4. The banking sector of Pakistan. For instance, they have an award called, "Thanks!
  5. The researcher stratified the total population of the study based on their department. An Asian Nordic Comparison.

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  2. For instance, they have an award called, "Thanks! Assessing the Relevance of Culture.
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