Employee Motivation and Turnover in the Workforce Research Paper

Employee Motivation and Turnover in the Workforce
A look at the various methods to increase employee retention and performance.
# 4390 | 3,530 words | 9 sources | 1999 | US


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This paper discusses the tools used to motivate and encourage top performance out of employees in the workforce, typically in the restaurant industry. The author provides ideas based on his own experiences. Included are ideas of using methods such as rewards, shifts, leaders, performance appraisals and management by exception.

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"The problem involved in appraising employees is a management topic that is commonly discussed in manager meetings. It is no easy task to accurately evaluate an employee's performance, but the reality of life is that managers must make sound judgments concerning pay, promotions, and even transfers (Common for Chili's because of the large number of units in business). My question was always this: Are performance evaluations being conducted properly? Are they even accomplishing what was originally intended?"

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Employee Motivation and Turnover in the Workforce (2003, February 12) Retrieved December 02, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/employee-motivation-and-turnover-in-the-workforce-4390/

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"Employee Motivation and Turnover in the Workforce" 12 February 2003. Web. 02 December. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/employee-motivation-and-turnover-in-the-workforce-4390/>

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