Competitions

A paycheck is important but not the only way to inspire loyalty and hard work. Employee competitions, and the resulting peer recognition, are one of the oldest forms of worker incentives.

Queen of Sales pin

A paycheck is important but not the only way to inspire loyalty and hard work. Employee competitions, and the resulting peer recognition, are one of the oldest forms of worker incentives. As the top Mary Kay cosmetics sales person Denise Kucharski won the coveted Queen of Sales pin in 1983. 

Queen of Sales pin, Mary Kay Cosmetics, 1983

Queen of Sales pin, Mary Kay Cosmetics, 1983

Denise Kucharski, 2016

Denise Kucharski, 2016

Denise Kucharski’s 17th pink Cadillac, 2017

Denise Kucharski’s 17th pink Cadillac, 2017

Johnie Knowles’s Productivity award, Chic Blue Jeans, 1996

Johnie Knowles’s Productivity award, Chic Blue Jeans, 1996

Gift of Henry I. Siegel Company, Inc.

Sherman Naidorf’s Legion of Honor sales award, Burroughs Corporation, 1950s

Sherman Naidorf’s Legion of Honor sales award, Burroughs Corporation, 1950s

Gift of Sherman L. Naidorf