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Holiday Incentive Ideas |  December 06, 2017 (0 comments)

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Omaha, NE--With the busiest selling days underway, it is nice to put together some incentive ideas for your staff to motivate them a bit and be rewarded for extra effort at this often-stressful time of year.  Don’t forget, some training on boosting your average sale and other basics is a good reminder too, to ensure your staff has the knowledge they need to exceed.

Here are some quick ideas for incentives you can put into place immediately with little extra work. These gift cards are available at your bank (Visa) or probably many local stores including even drugstores. Some ideas:

Daily incentive schedule for seven days of the week:

  1. Monday: Highest Average Sale - $10 Starbucks GC
  2. Tuesday: Highest GP% on one item - $10 Carwash GC
  3. Wednesday: Highest single sale - $10 iTunes GC
  4. Thursday: Highest # of items on a receipt - $10 Target GC
  5. Friday: Highest Repair/Custom sale - $10 Restaurant GC
  6. Saturday: Highest $$ sales receipt - $10 Gas GC
  7. Sunday: Highest # of wish list items sold - $10 Grocery Store GC

*Office staff can be paired up with a sales associate and get the same incentive for the Daily Goals, and half of the Weekly Goals, too!

Try to enjoy the fast-paced selling season and ensure your staff is rewarded for the extra hours and effort!

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