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Motivating Employees
An examination of the new human resource management (HRM) function: motivation.
# 100678 | 2,082 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Jan 21, 2008 in Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources)

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This paper explains how motivating employees is key to achieving maximum productivity with minimum resources. The writer points out that achieving a balanced approach within the workplace is the current HR focus because this is seen as central to establishing sustainable motivation strategies. This paper also examines the current evolving state of HRM training and development functionality as a component of corporate motivational strategies. In its conclusion, the paper shows that employees who are motivated take pride in their duties and will take extra steps to ensure that their tasks and the organization's customers, internal and external, are dealt with fairly and equitably.

Developmental Overview
HRM's Shift to Motivation
Training, Development & Strategy
Case Studies in HRM Strategies
Intel & Managerial Development
Ernst & Young Creates a College

From the Paper:

"Human Resource Management (HRM) functions have been in an increasingly rapid evolutionary state since the early 1980s with the rise of the global economic model and globalization in general. Motivational issues cover the spectrum of organizations from the private to the public sector and each sector, in its own fashion, relies on better motivated workforces to achieve success. HRM researchers have alluded to the fact that HRM structures must be aligned with organizational strategies for global competitiveness to be achieved and increasingly this strategy demands a focus on employee motivation (Hall & Torrington 88). This realization for corporate enterprises and organizations that employee motivation was the new competitive differentiator began during the 1980s."

Sample of Sources Used:

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