Improving Employee Motivation With Money Term Paper by The Research Group
Improving Employee Motivation With Money
Examines whether pay/wages is a useful method of improving employee motivation.
# 24532 | 2,250 words | 24 sources | 2002 |
Published on Mar 12, 2003 in Psychology (Motivation Studies) , Business (General) , Labor Studies (General)
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Examines whether pay/wages is a useful method of improving employee motivation. Links the concept of money to motivation theory & link with job satisfaction. Discusses causal models; hierarchy of needs model; Expectancy theory; goal setting; Management-By-Objectives (MBO). Assessment of money as the prime motivator. Performance-based compensation system. Concludes that compensation is not the only motivator.
From the Paper:"MONEY AS A MOTIVATOR: A REVIEW
This review focuses on the following question: How useful is pay as a method of improving employee motivation? In the review, the concept of money as a motivator is linked to motivation theory.
Defining Motivation and Motivation Theory
Motivation is the process of persuading individuals to act in a desired way. Within most organizational environments, motivation is the process of persuading members of the organization to perform in a productive manner. The need to motivate members of an organization to perform in a productive manner is a well-accepted premise. Disagreement exists, however, in relation to the best means of motivating individuals within organization ..."
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