By | Frank Derby | www.allbusiness.com
Employee rewards and job perks come in many forms, and coming up with meaningful non-monetary incentives for a remote workforce requires creativity. Here are six of the best ways to recognize the successes of your remote workers—and employees in general.
Non-monetary incentives for remote employees that work
1. Personalized tangible gifts
While trophies and personalized apparel are common perks for in-office employees, many companies don’t extend these same gestures to their remote workers. As a result, those companies are missing out on an effective employee motivator.
Besides creating an atmosphere of friendly competition and recognition for top performers, gifts provide employees with physical reminders of their achievements and the company’s appreciation. In addition, gifts serve as work motivators to the employees who receive them and other team members.