Which of the following is not a common reason why incentives may fail to motivate employees?
a) Sometimes there is too much emphasis on monetary rewards.
b) The incentive plan is based on clear and realistic goals.
c) Incentives may be extensive, but employees feel entitled to them as part of the job.
d) There may be too long a delay between performance and rewards.
e) One-shot rewards (such as half a day off) may have a short-lived motivational impact.

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Sixta Kovacek
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25 Mar 2020

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