The world knows about incentive tools since the Biblical days as a motif intertwined in many stories. In the story of Jacob, for example, who worked for Lavan the Aramaic for seven years in exchange for Rachel’s hand (and then another seven years, but we are not in favor of deceiving the workers). The potential benefits and successful implementation of a well-known and clear remuneration model first and foremost involves increasing productivity and improving efficiency. However, it is difficult to say that the remuneration model is a new or innovative tool. Still, it can indeed be implemented with innovative approached and to meet contemporary needs in the industrial world.