Some employers reward members of staff for their exceptional contribution to the company by giving them extra money. This practice can act as an incentive for some but may also have a negative impact on others.To what extent is this style of management effective?Are there better ways of encouraging employees to work hard?

In recent years, many companies developed a trend of providing extra money as an incentive to the staff to perform exceptionally fantastic. Many people think that it is a perfect way to
reward
such
hardworking employees whereas some argue it to be a malpractice affecting the others detrimentally. The proponents of the former school of thought have obvious reasons for which the above practice holds benefits to the organization.
Firstly
, bonuses encourage the staff to work more towards the achievement of the goal. They receive a sense of satisfaction that their hard work is not getting wasted and is paying off for them well.
Secondly
, financial
reward
acts as a proper appreciation to those who push themselves more than the others. The employer provides an extra economic support to the ones who worked day and night and presented themselves in a unique manner that is going to turn advantageous to them only. In a recent survey conducted by a national business magazine of 2018, in India, 85% of the employees were delighted with their salary, bonuses accounting for 43% of the profit gained by the
company
.
However
, the antagonists believe that there are many other ways to motivate the employees
such
as promotion and psychological boosts by worthy praise, get-togethers, parties and bonding sessions. Promoting the valuable assets of the
company
to a proper designation can create magic in the motivation levels. As a result, they work extra hard to achieve a much deserving
reward
.
Furthermore
, an appraisal of the
company
along with employer-employee bonding workshops help in the mental boosting
as a result
of positive yet competitive and constructive working environment, that in turn inspires a tension free performance benefitting the organization. As an instance, many famed multinational companies like TCS, India are following
this
strategy and progressing well.  
Thus
, it can be concluded,
although
providing financial
reward
as an incentive, and has positive impacts in the form of employees encouragement and
company
appreciation, several other alternatives have been presented to us
such
as a rise in hierarchy level and worthy praise by the organization.
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