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The Key to Success is Motivating Employees - ... Individual internal motivation is the type of motivation that exhibits that some people are naturally more ambitious which would lead to them being more productive. These individuals are self-driven and are more likely to seek additional work and responsibility. Individual internal motivation can be improved by setting personal goals and adapting to a positive attitude towards work. Productivity can be improved by viewing work as a responsibility and not merely work to be done. Organizational internal motivation refers to forces that are in most cases designed by management to improve productivity within the organization....   [tags: performance, management,creative innovation ] 1018 words
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The Concept of Redesigning Job Tasks and Motivating The Employees - The concept of job design is not newly introduced; Frederick Winslow Taylor was the first to initiate the concept of redesigning job tasks and motivating the employees to optimizing their performance in early 20th century. Job design is an effectual tool for enhancing the employee’s performance. Job design includes techniques that encourage employees to execute productive results. It can be defined as “the application of motivational theories to the structure of work for improving productivity and satisfaction” (draft, 1994)....   [tags: job design, employee performance, motivation] 659 words
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Electrex Knows the Importance of Motivating Employees - Motivating Performance Motivation is the internal process that leads the behavior to satisfy needs. (Lussier, 2010) There is a basic reason why people have the motivation to do what they want because they could fulfill their wants and needs. (Lussier, 2010) Motivation plays an important role in an organization’s management. It is because a motivated employee can help the organization to increase the productivity. Not only that, a motivated employee is more cooperative, supportive and be punctual to work....   [tags: incentive, performance, reinforcement] 854 words
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Motivating Employees - When reading “hope beyond the budgeting model” I felt that there was a redundancy in asserting the theory that goals should not be set because they only provide employees with the motivation to do the bare minimum to reach the set objective. The main focus in the article was to try to reward goals based upon performance compared to others within the company (yet still trying to advocate teamwork) and to competitors. An example would be basing the rewards package upon how much an employee’s success helped influence the company’s success in beating the benchmark they had against other competitors as well as against the previous year’s performance....   [tags: Theories, Effects, Rewards] 1027 words
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Motivating Employees - MOTIVATING YOUR EMPLOYEES Every human being needs motivation now and then. Incentives and recognition programs can support you in helping your employees become happier and more productive at work. As a leader, one of the main things to think about is how to recognize an employee for a performance that has exceeded expectations, objectives and goals. Therefore, I would like to introduce you in this paper to some ideas that hopefully would promote this method as one of the main priorities in today's and tomorrow's workplace....   [tags: Business Management] 1094 words
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Organizational Behavior: Leading, Motivating, and Evaluating Employees - Organizational Behavior: Leading, Motivating and Evaluating Employees The chapter discusses various ideas about human psychology and organizational behavior. One thing it talks about is leadership. According to Cherry (2011), leaders should be able to inspire and motivate the employees in an organization. The way that this can be done is through the leader adopting various styles. However, it has been noted that one of the most important ways in which leaders can inspire others is by proper delegation and making the employees feel that they are important....   [tags: delegation, communication, productive] 643 words
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Role of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs in Managing and Motivating Employees - Role of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs in Managing and Motivating Employees The following paper deals with the American psychologist Abraham Maslow, born in New York, who stated that every human being has 5 differently categorised needs that need to be fulfilled in order to provide healthy and happy living. In daily work managers need to respect and follow these needs so that employees will work most efficiently and effectively. Following these needs and trying to execute them is the best instruction for managers to motivate and provide successful working conditions....   [tags: GCSE Business Management Essays]
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An Overview of the Article, Master Class: America's Top CEOs On The Secrets Of Motivating Employees by Casserly Meghan - ... The company believes that when employees appreciate sharing of profits then it becomes a driving force of the daily activities of a company. According to Boston Beer Company holder, the string theory shows that if he gave a group many strings, they would desire to have more but if he gave them less they got creative and maintained it for long. This means that people make good use of what they are given. According to Steve Fredrickson of fort folio recovery associates, challenging, providing the appropriate resources and monitoring the employees’ progress, and rewarding them either financially or in other means motivates the employees....   [tags: teamwork, goals, performance]
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The Importance of Motivation - Table Of Contents II. INTRO 1 III. Define Motivation 1 IV. Hierarchy of Needs 1 - 2 V. INTRINSIC REWARDS 2 VI. EXTRINSIC REWARDS 2 - 4 VII. CONTENT MOTIVATION 4 ERG Theory 4 Two Factor Theory 4 - 5 VIII. PROCESS MOTIVATION 5 Equity Theory 5 Goal-Setting Theory 5 - 6 Expectancy Theory 6 IX. CONCLUSION 7 X. WORKS CITED 8 II. INTRO One of the key aspects of management is motivating. Finding the right form of motivation is a problem that’s been around ever since motivation in the work place was conceived as an idea....   [tags: Motivating Employees]
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Ethical Issues for Today's Managers - Ethical Issues for Today's Manager Managers today have a lot of responsibilities. A manager is responsible for hiring, training, motivating; along with other many other things. While dealing with their responsible, they have to make sure that every step taking is ethical. Hiring In this process, management has to recruit and interview potential employees. They can do this by job advertising. With job advertising, the manager or HR (human resource) must be ethical when posting a new positions. “Job advertisements must accurately reflect the duties, responsibilities and competencies of the positions advertised....   [tags: motivating, hiring, employees] 545 words
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Theories of Motivation - Theories of Motivation Introduction into motivation In this essay the writer is going to explore the concept of motivation, this is hopefully going to be achieved through exploration of the complex and variable nature of needs and expectations. Formal and informal theories of motivation will be discussed, focussing on the former. Mainly but this will involve mainly the formal theories because these are the ones that content and process theories fall under. Content and process theories of motivation will be evaluated with particular emphasis on the links between motivation and leadership....   [tags: Papers Work Motivating Employees Essays]
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How to Create an Engaging and Motivating Workplace - In today’s marketplace, where companies seek a competitive edge, motivation is the key for talent retention and performance. No matter the economic environment, the goal is to create a workplace that is engaging and motivating, where employees want to stay, grow and contribute their knowledge, experience and expertise. Engagement influences motivation. It is reflected in the extent to which employees commit, how hard they work and how long they stay. People join organizations for different reasons, motivated by intrinsic and extrinsic rewards....   [tags: motivation, employees, knowledge]
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Motivating 21st Century Workers - Motivating 21st Century Workers Motivating 21st Century Workers Motivation is the key to keeping employees interested in working hard and meeting daily demands from a company. In my point of view managers must be able to successfully motivate their employees in order to prevent high turnovers, satisfy employee needs, and keep an overall good reputation for the company. With a happy employee you will have happy customers as well. Motivational Strategies I believe that in order to properly motivate your employees a manager must first find out how and what different strategies will work for which employees....   [tags: Business Management]
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Best Practices in Motivating 21st Century Workers - Best Practices in Motivating 21st Century Workers I think the biggest concern that most people have today in their jobs is fear of corporate downsizing. People realize that no matter how hard they work, their employer could come in any day and tell them that they are laying off workers and you’re the one going today. It is hard to motivate someone if that is hanging over their head. Most people have a sense if there is trouble within the company whether it’s from the way upper management acts or through the grapevine....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Engaged and Disengaged Employees in the Workplace - Definition Employees are at work, but are they actually engaged in their jobs. In October 2013, The Gallup Organization conducted a survey with 230,000 full-time and part-time workers in 142 countries which consisted of 12 questions. According to Gallup’s latest findings, 87% of workers are “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” and are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces (O'Boyle & Harter, 2013, p. 11). Most studies have broken the various types of workers into two groups, engaged and disengaged, but Gallup’s study has broken it down even further....   [tags: emotionally disconnected, job performance]
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Engaged and Disengaged Employees in the Workplace - ... They are involved and committed to their jobs. In consumer service industries, the employees are the face of that company; at times they are the only contact that can change a customer’s negative opinion to a positive one. Companies that have higher levels of engaged employees have higher earnings per share (EPS) than companies that have lower engagement levels (Kelleher, 2011). Engaged employees are more productive, have higher levels of customer loyalty and help their employers become more profitable....   [tags: work, activity, absenteeism, presenteeism]
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Ways of Motivation for Employees - Organizations are constantly searching for the best way to motivate employees. When employees are motivated, the organization is more successful. Throughout the years, there have been different approaches to what really motivates employees. There are theories such as Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, which are still in used to assist managers to find effective motivational techniques. Motivational factors have changed throughout the years from concentrating mainly on extrinsic factors to transcending into intrinsic factors....   [tags: Techniques, Organization Success]
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Motivating 21st Century Workers - As defined by Williams (2009), motivation is the set of forces that initiates, directs, and makes people persist in their efforts to accomplish a goal. It is difficult to discuss motivational strategies without mentioning leadership. These things go hand in hand. Motivation can be described as a process which is initiated and guided by leadership. With that said, the following is an assessment of the best ways to motivate people in the twenty-first century to bring forth their best efforts to accomplish organizational goals....   [tags: Business Management]
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Motivational Theories on How to Manage Employees - ... Respondents are then questioned and asked to describe the events and their related feelings. Subsequently there are well designed inquiries used to explain the events and reactions to the events. Most often, respondents are prompted to provide a series of events which lead to satisfied and dissatisfied times of motivation. Analyzing these events then leads to the framework of the two-factor theory. It is first deemed that job satisfaction and dissatisfaction are not opposites, but instead are viewed on two different scales....   [tags: hygiene, leadership, herzberg] 1626 words
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Motivation and Its Impact on Performance of the Employees - The research focuses on Motivation and Its Impact on Performance of the Employees. Motivation is derived from the concept of hedonism, which means that humans always search for joy and comfort and want to save themselves from tension and pain. (Kamal, Khan, Khan and Khan, 2006) Li quoted , Motivation is a general term applying to the entire class of drives, desires, needs, and wishes. It is essentially a process by which an individual attempts to satisfy certain needs by engaging in various behaviors....   [tags: Business Management]
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Employee Motivation - Theory and Practice - Employee Motivation - Theory and Practice      What is motivation. Motivation is difficult to explain and even harder to 'turn on' in people. Webster defines motivation as ?an act or process of motivating; the condition of being motivated; a force, stimulus, or influence: incentive or drive. (?Motivation?). It is most often the job of the manager to use motivation to drive employees to accomplish acts which they normally would not have done. The study of motivation helps managers understand what prompts people to initiate action, what influences their choice of action, and why they persist in their action over time (Daft and Marcic 444)....   [tags: Business Management Motivating Essays]
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What Motivates Employees - How do you get things done in an organization. First, you must have managers who can delegate to employees. Effective managers have the ability to get things done through other people. This is accomplished by motivating employees to accomplish tasks. A manager must be able to delegate these tasks to employees. The technique a manager uses to motivate employees to work for him, will either motivate or dissatisfy employees. Motivated employees will work with the manager to achieve company goals....   [tags: Employee Motivation Essays]
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Workforce Development for Front Line Employees Literature Review - Introduction The purpose of the literature review is to provide information regarding the importance of workforce development programs and how motivation theories relate to developing and retaining staff. Workforce development is an essential component tied to organizational success. Past research has shown that employees who are given opportunities for professional growth and advancement have a longer tenure with an employer because of job satisfaction and motivation (Gaffney, 2005). Workforce development programs benefit both the employee and the employer....   [tags: Business Management ]
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This Place Uses Aol Consulting Performance Pyramid to Motivate Employees - ... Rewards This Place management understands that every individual has a different aspect that incentifies him/her to work harder, so it targets each employee individually to find out what motivates each one of them and base their rewards on their research. There are a selection of universal rewards that all employees get, however This Place also introduces individual rewards ranging from financial bonuses, for financial-incentified employees, to extended holidays to employees who want more free time....   [tags: human resources, safety, leadership] 807 words
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Delegating and Empowering Employees - Overview Good Morning. We are here this morning to focus on why it is important to delegate and empower our employees. As leaders in the Weapons Systems Division, each of you have a leadership roles based on your positions that will require your attention in several places at one time…and since no one can do it all, you need to delegate and empower to foster a positive and productive working environment (Bell & Bodie, 2012; Bell & Smith, 2010; Dewettinck & van Ameijde, 2011; Freedman, 2012; Lornikova, Pearsall, & Sims Jr., 2013; Luciano, Mathieu, & Ruddy, 2013; Martin, Liao, & Campbell, 2013; Proenca, 2014; Sohmen, 2013; Urbancic, 2011; Zhang & Bartol, 2010)....   [tags: leadership roles, Weapons Systems Division]
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Improving Employee Job Satisfaction - Today businesses believe that the sustaining of performance and competitive advantage to becoming a great organization. As an organization’s success depends on their employees’ performance, the value of specific individual employee has played an important role within an organization to be competitive. At that time, the value of each and individual employee and their satisfaction with their jobs are one of the key factors for an organization and organizations need to find ways to improve employee job satisfaction to achieve organizational goals....   [tags: performance, business, satisfied employees]
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Employee Motivation - Employee Motivation Employee motivation is a key factor within a successful organization or business. The quality of work that people express is often a result of the motivation they possess. Companies have a variety of ways to motivate their employees, as well as to keep them satisfied. Businesses set substantial amounts of goals, and when employees reach those goals, they should be recognized within the company. To know that someone appreciates your exertion is a great feeling....   [tags: Papers Work Managers Motivating Essays] 975 words
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The 3 Rs of Managing Millennial Employees - The subject for this essay is an article by Donald Hillman titled, The 3 R’s of Managing Millennial Employees – Recruit, Relate, Retain. Mr. Hillman is a management consultant by trade and has experience consulting in governmental, not for profit and distribution industries. In this article, Mr. Hillman implies that managing millennial employees is typically ineffective because of limited or poor research conducted on what motivates the younger generations of employees. This ignorance by many managers results in conflict and dissent by the millennial generation and ultimately leads to issues with employee retention (Hillman)....   [tags: Management Essays]
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Lincoln Electric's Approach to Motivate Employees - Lincoln Electric's approach to motivate employees The company motivates employees by providing “reward” and “engagement”. Reward is evaluating the employees properly and giving reasonable salary, and are divided into three parts: -Wages based on actual piecework -Year end bonus linked with the profit the company achieves -Guaranteed employment We can see that piecework is a direct indicator of the employees output. In addition, the year end bonus is linked with the profit the company earns. The guaranteed employment provides employees the base line for their life, so they don’t have to be worried about getting fired or searching for other jobs, which makes them more concentrated on their...   [tags: providing reward and engagement] 1196 words
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Motivating in Organizations - Maslow’s hierarchy of needs As discussed in (Montana and Charnov, 2008, pp.238-239), human beings have various needs, which are grouped into a number levels that is the hierarchy of needs. Chiefly, this theory applies well for creative people, who oftentimes utilize their talents as well as capabilities and potentials. As pointed out in (Messmer 2011, pp.5-12), Maslow’s theory on hierarchy of needs is imperative in comprehending human motivation and related human behaviours. Specifically, each individual working in an organisation is motivated by different needs....   [tags: Hierarchy of Needs, Human Nature]
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Strategies Designed to Motivate Employees - Strategies Designed to Motivate Employees One of a manager's responsibilities is to inspire employees and encourage them to strive for excellence and remain motivated even during the difficult times. While this task is challenging, there are measures a manager can take to generate enthusiasm in any working environment. Although different people are moved by different desires, values and goals, there are a number of generally agreed-upon motivators to which most people respond....   [tags: Business Management Motivation Papers]
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How Best Can Managers Ensure Employees Are Motivated At Work? - How best can managers ensure employees are motivated at work. There are two reasons why people do things, first because they want and willing to do, or second because they have no choice. If people do things when they have to, it is likely that they will do no more than necessary, and they will stop doing as soon as they can. Therefore, the term "motivation" is introduced, in order to make people want and willing to do things. This essay will be looking at how best managers can ensure their employees are motivated at work, because this is important for an organization to achieve its goals....   [tags: Business Management] 1569 words
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Diversification of the American Workforce: Impact on Interaction between Managers and Employees - Diversification of the American Workforce: Impact on Interaction between Managers and Employees Abstract The diversification of the American Workforce has changed the way managers interact with employees. This diversification is due to tighter labor markets, increased immigration, and women entering the workforce. Cultural factors, not present before, have caused managers to develop new methods of tasking, motivating, and educating these diverse employees. Essentially these new methods have been a change in interpersonal behavior, the way a manager acts and re-acts to employees....   [tags: essays research papers] 1888 words
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Philip's Improvement to Job Analysis and Design - ... This means that high rate of employee satisfactory result in high employee commitment to employers (Ku visa, & Dislike, 2010b). Therefore, the HR director in the new high-tech manufacturing plant in Manila should add emphasis on redesigning the works. When conducting work design, it is important for the HR director to take employees voice into consideration since he is a new comer. Studies have found that individual decision making is often affected by many factors such as limited cognitive ability, lack of knowledge (Ku visa, & Dislike, 2010a)....   [tags: employees, work conditions, motivation] 1518 words
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Motivation Theories by David Taylor - Motivation is an attempt being made to ensure that the desired objectives are achieved. It can also be said as an impetus to strengthen the spirit of how things work is done in an organization. Employees are an airliner is able to contribute time and energy and be able to receive motivational elements such as effort, goals, organization and requirements. Managers in the organization will be faced with the situation of the problems and stress of employees. Motivational problems among workers will cause the performance of the organization is threatened....   [tags: motivation, performance, employees]
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Components of Transformational Leadership Theory - ... Qualitative evaluation of the questionnaires indicated that leaders could act as role models in promoting teamwork, mutual respect, and organizational commitment to achieve success. In fact, in a recent study of nursing care at a large Belgian hospital revealed greater commitment to patient safety and quality of care was attained through behavioral influence from head nurses (Lievens, 2014, p. 653). Inspirational motivation consists of vision communication to followers, fostering follower identification with the vision, and motivating them to acquire a cohesive sense of purpose....   [tags: influence, motivation, employees] 897 words
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Letter to Employees - All, We have all heard conflicting stories about a reorganization. This annual occurrence is back in full swing. Here are my thoughts on one of the ideas that I have heard: moving all SWL members into the Physics and Astronomy Department. Be reminded that I do not have an idea of the goal of the reorganization, what the perceived benefits are in terms of budgets or student education, or even if a reorganization is even planned Pros and Cons of move of SWL to Physics (as gathered from discussion amongst SWL members)....   [tags: Business Management] 901 words
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What can managers do to create a motivating workplace? - Everybody in the world need to work to earn money. We can find that there are different jobs have different relationships between the employers and their employees. Most of the workers find that there are some necessary pacification that job should have. Directors thought workers just work for earn money, in fact ,workers need well work place where they feel comfortable. Also managers should motivate their workers by many ways. This essay will discuss what workers consider important in a job and what can managers do to motive work place....   [tags: Business Management] 836 words
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Be the Glue that Keeps Huntsville's Learning Development Team Together - Be the glue that keeps Huntsville’s Learning and Development (L&D) team together. The L&D team is the entry point for every single Customer Care employee and the Training Coordinator is the face of this team. The first few days of employment are vital to setting the tone for the employee experience. The Training Coordinator is a critical element in keeping this experience optimal by ensuring everything is in order for the training process. In addition to preparing the classroom, the Training Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that every member of the L&D team has the resources and information they need to excel in their job....   [tags: customer care employees, training coordinator] 624 words
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Human Relations Perspective In Management - Human Relations Perspective In Management The human relations perspective is a way to manage a corporation where the employees are viewed as social beings with complex needs and desires as opposed to just units of production. It is based on the works of Abraham Maslow and Douglas McGregor in the mid twentieth century. This perspective places an emphasis on the social networks found in a corporation and uses gratification, not depravation, to provide motivation in the workplace. The human relations perspective developed in the mid twentieth century and was an extension of the behavioral viewpoint....   [tags: HR Management Employees ] 1430 words
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Roles Managers' Play in Helping their Employees to Use a Problem-Focused Strategy to Cope with Excessive Job Stress - ... Responsible means that the leader need to take in charge for his or her action taken and also other people error, which also signifying that they need to be reliable for people that work for them such as subordinate. When people work together as a team in order to fulfil a vision, it becomes the leader responsibility to make sure that everything goes according to plan without having any problem. Since the subordinate only follow the instructions given, hence it was the leader responsibility to ensure the entire plan is well organized....   [tags: human resource, principles of management]
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Performance appraisal in relation to employee and employers - Introduction Hendry et al (2000) suggest that appraisal is a “misused” process, designed to control employees’ activities. Nevertheless, past and recent scholars have regarded performance appraisals as a strategic and integral part of an organization (Longenecker and Goff 1992; Coutts and Schneider 2004). Performance appraisal is referred as two simple terms that provoke and propel strong responses, sentiments, opinions and judgment in the organizational context of formal appraisal procedure when mutually used together (Pettijohn L....   [tags: Human Resource Management, Appraisal] 2501 words
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The Impacts of Personal and Work Life Balance Practices on Performance - 1.1 Introduction In order to reduce work-life conflict and allow employees to manage their personal as well as professional life in an equally efficient manner, the concept of work life balance is gaining popularity amongst various organizations. There been a paradigm shift in the thought process of taking work life balance as only means of allowing employees to give equal attention towards their family responsibilities from only looking at them from the perspective of their contribution towards enhancing organizational performance and along with this it is also helpful in engaging employee and giving them a sense of pride to work in the particular environment....   [tags: employees, policy, study] 2675 words
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Analysis of the Success of Omega Supermarket - Omega being a supermarket chain operating in UK emphasizes on quality more than anything else. Four quadrants have been identified for maintaining a scorecard of success of the organizations (Kaplan and Norton, 1992). These quadrants are the people, finance, customers and operations. Each stores and its performances are characterized for measuring the performance of the organisation in that particular segment. Omega is focused highly on the people quadrant. This quadrant targets on recruitment, development, retention of labour and motivating the staff by defining the benchmark performance required from the workforce....   [tags: managers, employees, motivation] 2206 words
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Problems at a Bank's Home Office and Branches, Questions and Answers - ... And also there is no participation or contribution from HR department process and planning. Employees were hired by supervisors who were over occupied with many job responsibilities. Lack of communication: All branch supervisors hired their own employees without communication with the home office or other branches. There is no communication between branch supervisors, home offices and other branches. The supervisor employs their own employee without any communication with the main branch. All branch office hired employee without communicate with their home office....   [tags: turnover, employees, human resources] 1069 words
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Hating their Job in the Film, Office Space - ... In reality motivation is one key element in the world of work to a successful business. According to the dictionary Motivation is an inner drive to behave or act in a definite manner. It is the important part in setting and attaining goals. Employers like Bill who ask questions but do not listen to the response and focusing on the minor details than finding positive outcomes are not the type of people they would like for a boss. The fact is that lots of us are employed by or work with somebody like this....   [tags: cubical, boss, employees]
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The Nature of Work in High Technology and Mass Production Environment - ... 2004). However stress can be measured to which an individual is subjected in the same way that we can measure physical strain upon a machine. (Hinkle, 1973) The first concept that looks at stress as an outside stimulus, the second concept defines stress as a person response to a disturbance. The idea that environmental forces could cause a disease rather than just a short term effect, people may have a natural tendency to resist such forces, which was seen long ago in the work of Walter B. Cannon (1929)....   [tags: india, foxconn, employees, business] 2729 words
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Good People Are the Key to Successful Organizations - Introduction: The basic key in human resource is people. They are considered as the main component in each and every organization. Human resource role is to maintain an effective financial resources to the organization. Beside, directing, planning, organizing and controlling to achieve goals which an organization set to reach the target . The main aim of each organization is to keep performing well every year. High performance can be only reached by choosing the right person in the right place at the same time....   [tags: human resources, employees, performance] 1020 words
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Generating High Revenue in an Organization - ... The other set of factors are those which, if present, serve to motivate the individual to superior effort and performance. These factors are related to job content of the work itself. They are the ‘motivators’ or growth factors. The strength of these factors will affect feelings of satisfaction or no satisfaction, but not dissatisfaction. This would reflect more of the intrinsic motivation aspect. Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs consist of basic, safety, belonging, ego-status and self actualization....   [tags: motivation, employees, structure] 3069 words
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Modern Communication Systems: Downward and Upward Communication - Why do you think that downward communication is much more prevalent in organizations than upward communication. Communication means that when an individual needs to use four ways of planning, organizing, leading and controlling of all that involves communication. The individual may be the glue that holds organizations together. The first thing the importance of communication to help the organization is to ensure that all individuals and organizations have achieved. Furthermore, all individuals can perform and respond to organizational change and coordinate activities involved almost all related behaviors in the organization....   [tags: modern media, employees, managers]
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The Inner Drive of Motivation - ... Douglas Mcgregor is one of the forefathers of management theory and one of the top business thinkers of all time. In 1960, Douglas Mcgregor has presented his view of theories which are Theory X and Theory Y in his famous book “The Human Side of Enterprise". Theory X is the old and traditional management belief whereas Theory Y is the modern management belief. He has developed these two theories in managing employee. As a result, he found that Theory Y has a better result in human behavior at work and organizational life....   [tags: performance, hierarchy of needs, employees] 968 words
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Combining Management and Leadership to Maximize Employee Productivity - ... Steve Job’s is said to have a “passion for perfection.” He was tough, impatient, and petulant, but was a visionary that inspired his workforce. By reducing their offered products to personal and professional laptop and desktop computers, Job’s was able to simplify the organizational goals by focusing on the fundamentals. He also channeled ambition within the company by making continuous improvement a central priority, displayed through their constant advancement of existing products and drive to innovate new and creative ones....   [tags: managers, competition, employers] 620 words
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