Incentive

Incentive,

Definition of Incentive:

  1. Inducement or supplemental reward that serves as a motivational device for a desired action or behavior.

  2. A thing that motivates or encourages one to do something.

Synonyms of Incentive

Agitational, Agitative, Bait, Bribe, Carrot, Catalyst, Clout, Compulsion, Drive, Driving force, Encouragement, Enticement, Fillip, Fomenting, Goad, Impellent, Impelling force, Impetus, Impulse, Impulsion, Incendiary, Incitement, Inciting, Incitive, Inducement, Inflammatory, Instigating, Instigative, Interest, Invitation, Irresistible force, Lure, Moment, Momentum, Motivation, Motive power, Payment, Percentage, Persuasive, Power, Prod, Profit, Propulsion, Provocation, Rabble-rousing, Reward, Spur, Stimulant, Stimulation, Stimulative, Stimulus, Sweetener, Sweetening, Thrust, Whet, Inducement, Motivation, Motive, Reason, Stimulus, Stimulant, Spur, Impetus, Encouragement, Impulse

How to use Incentive in a sentence?

  1. You should try and set out an incentive for your workers to work hard so they have extra motivation to get the job done.
  2. There is no incentive for customers to conserve water.
  3. The manager motivated his employees to achieve the highest sales in the company by giving them season passes to their favorite team as an incentive if they succeeded in breaking sales records.
  4. It is highly difficult to get your employees to do anything extra for you, let alone the basic responsibilities of their job; if they are not offered the proper incentive .

Meaning of Incentive & Incentive Definition