Incentivize Creative Teams with Meaning, Not Perks
The ultimate employee incentive is purpose, not perks.
Audrey Liu, Lyft’s director of product design, has a pet peeve: workers who focus on frivolous perks. This irritation sparked her mission to help her employees find true meaning – the ultimate incentive – in their work. With some strong language, Liu’s amusing and engaging rant provides concrete takeaways for human resources professionals and anyone seeking meaning in their work or helping others do the same.
About the Speaker
Audrey Liu is the director of product design at Lyft.
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