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It is difficult to measure the effect of incentives on overall returns but the consensus is that clubs generally do better when employees are incentivized than when they are not Photo by Thinkstock
<p>It is difficult to measure the effect of incentives on overall returns, but the consensus is that clubs generally do better when employees are incentivized than when they are not. <em>Photo by Thinkstock.</em></p>

Attracting and Retaining Top Talent Requires Respect and Rewards

Health clubs of all sizes want to attract the best talent&mdash;a central reason why many club owners offer employee incentives.

Incentive plans have long been a common way for business owners to motivate employees by setting a quantifiable definition of success. There may be as many reasons to incentivize as there are people in your organization—after all, each employee is different in how he or she responds to a challenge.

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