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Learning Objectives . To know the alternative NON financial reward packages To evaluate the alternative NON financial reward packages Evaluate how non financial rewards can affect job satisfaction, motivation and productivity HL – Evaluation in different circumstances, in the workplaces .

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Learning objectives

Learning Objectives

  • To know the alternative NON financial reward packages

  • To evaluate the alternative NON financial reward packages

  • Evaluate how non financial rewards can affect job satisfaction, motivation and productivity

  • HL – Evaluation in different circumstances, in the workplaces


The puzzle of motivation

The Puzzle of Motivation

http://www.ted.com/talks/dan_pink_on_motivation.html

So what is this clip telling us?

Do we just ignore everything we have just learnt about financial rewards?

Or does it really depend on the people and situation we are dealing with?


Non financial methods of motivation

Non Financial methods of motivation

  • Widely recognised that businesses cannot use money alone

    • Job enlargement

    • Job enrichment

    • Team working

    • Empowerment


Learning objectives

Job Rotation

Job Enlargement

Can include both

Job Enrichment

Also refers to

Increasing the ‘loading’ of tasks on existing workers.

Maybe because of shortage of staff or redundancies

Unlikely to lead to long term job satisfaction, unless principles of job enrichment are adopted


Job enrichment

Job Enrichment

To introduce job enrichment a process known as job redesign is often necessary

Job Redesign involves the restructuring of a job, usually with employees’ involvement

Organising work so employees are encouraged and allowed to use their full abilities – not just physical

Slackening of direct supervision

Key 3 principles not always easy to apply in practice but businesses are trying

Car Engine

Complete units of work so that the contribution of the worker can be identified and more challenging work offered

Challenging tasks offered as part of a range of activities, training and learning of new skills may be required

Direct feedback on performance – two way communication


Team working

  • Benefits

  • Team spirit = motivation

  • Teams more flexible than hierarchical system

  • New teams can be formed

  • Management costs reduced

Team Working

  • Advantages

  • Workers are likely to be better motivated which should then increase productivity and reduce labour turnover

  • Team working makes fuller use of all the talents of all the workforce

  • Reduction in management costs

  • Complete units of work can be given to teams

  • Disadvantages

  • Not everyone is a team player

  • Different team values and attitudes could cause conflicts

  • Training costs and disruption to production as teams establish themselves

Some people believe this will result in lower productivity and time wasting

Lower labour turnover

More and better ideas

Consistent higher quality

Supporters of job enrichment say more challenging work allowed by team work or ‘cell’ production leads to:


Learning objectives

Empowerment allows workers some degree of control over how the task should be undertaken and the resources needed to complete it

Empowerment &

Delegation


Evaluating financial and non financial motivational methods

Evaluating financial and non financial motivational methods

  • If managers accept that financial methods are not the only way to motivate staff then they need to take a critical look at non financial motivating methods

  • What works for some staff may not work for others

  • Managers need to be flexible and adaptable

  • Leadership style and management

  • Culture of the organisation


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