= boost, incentive, motivation, reward, spur, thrust, inducement, perquisite, enticement.
Ex: Consequently, Leforte came to expect -- perhaps even take for granted -- the periodic boosts of ego and income that the evaluations provided.
Ex: This article considers the strengths of a pay scale as a work incentive.
Ex: What is the motivation for studying and preparing abstracts?.
Ex: The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
Ex: This was a spur to several other London boroughs who set up shop-front consumer advice centres from 1972.
Ex: The National IT plan proposes 7 building blocks each with a strategic thrust which will serve as the overall impetus for the national IT movement.
Ex: Some inducements to work may be negative, but the majority will be positive.
Ex: Journeymen traditionally had the perquisite of a free copy of each book that they had helped to print, besides occasional gratuities from authors.
Ex: The current concerns about enticement of young and vulnerable people into abusive relationships and damaging behaviours cannot be overlooked.
* incentivo económico = economic incentive, financial incentive.
* incentivo en el trabajo = work incentive, labour incentive.
* incentivo fiscal = tax incentive.
* incentivo laboral = work incentive, labour incentive.
* incentivo laboral a largo plazo = golden handcuffs.
* ¿incentivos o amenazas? = the carrot vs. the stick, the carrot vs. the stick.
* incentivos y amenazas = carrots and sticks.
* ofrecer incentivo = provide + incentive, offer + inducement.
* ser un incentivo = be motivating.
* sistema de incentivos = reward system, system of incentives [incentive system].