Employee Motivation and Compensation Term Paper by hicaliber

Employee Motivation and Compensation
This paper analyzes today's trends in employee motivation and compensation.
# 94683 | 1,408 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on May 04, 2007 in Business (Human Resources) , Psychology (Motivation Studies)


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Description:

The paper reveals how business has determined that money is not the only thing that employees want. The paper looks at compensation trends today and how they are being used in the automobile industry. The paper explains how the career anchors that an employee has (i.e., what is important to the employee), strongly influences what will motivate him/her to work harder and continue to perform at a high level. The paper shows how the trend, therefore, is to compensate employees based on what they need and want. The paper concludes that if the automobile industry continues to do this, it will also continue to please its customers.

Outline:
Introduction
Trends
Career Anchors and Motivation
Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Blau, G. (1993). Testing the relationship of control to different performance dimensions. Journal of Occupational & Organizational Psychology, 66: 125-138.
  • Bonnie, F. (1996). Moving up! Ward's Dealer Business.
  • Dubinsky, A.J., Yammarino, F.J., Jolson, M.A., & Spangler, W.D. (1995). Transformational leadership: An initial investigation in sales management. Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, 15: 17-29.
  • Leonard, N.H., Beauvis, L.L., & Scholl, R.W. (1999). Work motivation: The incorporation of self-concept-based processes. Human Relations, 52: 969-998.
  • Schein, E. (1985). Career Anchors: Discovering your Real Values. San Diego, CA: University Associates, Inc.

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