extrinsic reward

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A positive outcome that is obtained by performing work but which is separate from and not inherent to the work task. The most obvious extrinsic rewards are the pay and benefits that workers receive in return for work, though others might include praise from superiors and a sense of career progression. Compare intrinsic reward. See extrinsic motivation.

Subjects: Business and Management.

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