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Introduction: Evidence suggests that peoples’ actions are often governed by self-interest. “The self-interest motive is singularly powerful, according to many of the most influential theories of human behavior and laypersons alike (Miller, 1999, p. 1)”. Consequently an effective and responsible manager uses rewards and punishment as a means to improve efficiency of employees and productivity of the company. Whether self-interest alone is responsible for human motivation is a debatable issue and a manager must take this factor into account. Factors other than rewards and punishment also affect motivation.
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