Already we've empowered a lobby with an incentive for encouraging more scanners.
But 15% is still not high enough for many employees to be willing to bank on incentive pay.
When an economy suffers deflation, as Japan has done for several years, nobody has any incentive to spend money today.
"The objective was to take the proceeds out of the crime, to take away the incentive to commit the crime," he told reporters.
Groupon customers have an incentive to get more people to accept the offers they like, because otherwise they do not become valid.
She alone had not only the incentive, but the necessary opportunity.
"I can hardly imagine anyone needing any incentive to that from me," he said.
Hence they must have their origin in the third incentive; and this will be established a posteriori in the sequel.
Schwickerath thinks that such was the spirit in which the Jesuits employed this incentive.
Mark both God's love to us in him, and his love to man, and you will have the best directive and incentive of your love.
early 15c., from Late Latin incentivum, noun use of neuter of Latin adjective incentivus "setting the tune" (in Late Latin "inciting"), from past participle stem of incinere "strike up," from in- "in, into" (see in- (2)) + canere "sing" (see chant (v.)). Sense influenced by association with incendere "to kindle." The adjective use, in reference to a system of rewards meant to encourage harder work, first attested 1943 in jargon of the U.S. war economy; as a noun, in this sense, from 1948.