Why water is a better motivator than money

Hard to believe, but a recent experiment by German and Swiss researchers quoted in the Harvard Business Review suggests that thoughtful, non-monetary incentives have a greater impact on productivity than cold, hard cash.



The upshot? It really is the thought that counts — while employees appreciate money, they appreciate the effort employers put into selecting gifts more because it shows them their bosses care.

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