When a bonus means more than extra cash

12/17/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

Money isn't what motivates most senior-level employees, it's just how appreciation is measured, Peter Bregman writes. That's why a thoughtful, but not necessarily large, bonus from managers who offer regular feedback is often preferred to being ignored except for a shower of money, he writes.

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