Motivation. THE TIMES 100. Motivation is concerned with the desire to do something or achieve a particular result. Motivated employees result in: Greater productivity Better quality products or service Lower staff turnover Reduced absenteeism. What is motivation?.
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THE TIMES 100
Motivation is concerned with the desire to do something or achieve a particular result.
Motivated employees result in:
It is useful to know 2 or 3 motivational theories from the following list:
Use the case study to help youBenefits of motivation
Enterprise has highlighted the differences between workers who are engaged and those that are not motivated. This allows managers to identify workers who are not engaged and take immediate action. What are the signs of disengagement?
Use the case study to help youBarriers to motivation
Although Taylor suggested that workers are only motivated by money, what are the eight non-financial factors that Enterprise has found motivate staff?
Use the Enterprise case study to help youNon-financial motivation at Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Use the case study to find examples of where Enterprise ensures that both Herzberg’s hygiene factors and motivators are fulfilled.Enterprise and Herzberg