Motivation – definitions – Paper reward vouchers

Paper reward vouchers were introduced to the UK in the 1970’s. They have long been key to employee motivation strategies and are available for a huge range of products from groceries; household goods and retail items to activity and experience days.

Employers can select which denomination they wish to award and enable staff to choose their own reward.
The voucher options include single-store or multi-retailer vouchers.

Although advances in technology have seen the development of sophisticated electronic voucher options, paper vouchers still have a strong presence in the voucher market and are welcomed by staff as an employee benefit.

Paper vouchers are a popular form of employee reward and employee recognition.

Employers will get significant discounts on the face value of vouchers when buying in bulk.

<< Back to ‘Motivation – definitions ‘