Emora Limited are the Nottingham based sales and marketing specialists, and the firm has an army of dynamic young entrepreneurs who are eager to make their mark in the industry. The company recently ran an incentive in which top performers were taken to the Kell Brook vs Sergey Rabchenko boxing match at the Sheffield Fly DSA Arena.
The fight marked a home-based match for Brook in the light-middleweight division in which he was able to win after only one minute and 27 seconds, with a sharp uppercut that floored Rabchenko.
Emora are strong advocates of an active workplace reward system, as they find it can aid in production and motivation levels. As such, the company has detailed the importance of such a culture, and the direct benefits it can provide to a company. Emora specifies how the understanding of such techniques behind motivation is the first step in increasing it. The firm explores the concept of monetary incentives, although a popular reward, many individuals, particularly those that boast entrepreneurial qualities wish to be recognised in other manners.
A recent study by psychologists Mark R. Lepper and David Greene from both Stanford and the University of Michigan explored the concept of rewards systems amongst students. The research investigated three control groups of children who enjoyed drawing. Of these three groups, one was told they would receive a reward if they were part of the drawing test, another was not told about a reward until after the drawing test and the final group received no reward at all. The study concluded that the last two groups showed more motivation and higher levels of enjoyment.
This study can directly be applied to the minds of adults, and as such, rewards systems should be in place that applies to the enjoyments and hobbies of those contractors states Emora. The firm boasts a variety of individuals from varying backgrounds, yet many enjoy social interactions, sports-based events, and opportunities to prove themselves. The recent incentive proved hugely beneficial to the company, and they are already planning more for the near future.
Emora recognises how the ability to retain excellent industry talent is within the foundation of a company, the way they treat, incentives and reward their contractors. Emora are eager to continue their company culture that has a strong focus on reward systems and are hopeful this will inspire and motivate the Emora contractors into reaching their full potential.