Rewarding E-Procurement Employees

How to Empower Procurement Software Employees with Incentives

Incentives are a valuable way to motivate employees and help them feel valued. When employees begin to feel burned out, leaders can look for specific ways to reward people in a way that shows how their work is valuable to the company. Rewards do not just mean pay raises and bonuses, though. Rewards can come in many forms and should generally be based on the needs of your specific team and individuals.

Team-Driven AwardsEmployee Burnout Incentives

Competitions can be motivating for some teams, but also come with the inherent danger of tearing teams apart. When an award is based on one common goal, team members are more likely to have a positive experience and support each other so they can achieve their goal together.

Work Incentives

Another way to help individuals overcome burnout is by working in incentives that help relieve stress. For example, working remotely when possible is a great way to reward employees and help them feel valued.


Empowering your team with valuable skills is a great way to progress as a team and show you are invested in their individual progress as well. Giving employees the right resources may not always mean software or hardware, but training that allows them to improve their skills.

Our key focus at Vroozi is giving employees the right tools to do their job well with software. As a procurement leader, you can empower employees through rewards. Looking for more ideas? Check out Insperity’s ‘52 Epic Ways to Reward Your Employees.’

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Source: Harvard Business Review, Help Your Overwhelmed, Stressed-Out Team