EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT. Group M EMBERS. Shazia Shabbir F-10-CE-001 Hira Ali F-10-CE-111 Asmaa Rana F-10-130 Muhammad Amir F-10-CE-122. Outline. Employee involvement (EI) Shazia Benefits of Employee Involvement
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Group MEMBERS Shazia Shabbir F-10-CE-001 Hira Ali F-10-CE-111 AsmaaRanaF-10-130 Muhammad Amir F-10-CE-122
Outline • Employee involvement (EI) Shazia • Benefits of Employee Involvement Hira • Employee Motivation Asmaa • Conclusion Amir
EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT • The degree that employees share information, • knowledge, rewards, and power throughout the • organization. • Employees must: • active in decisions • power to influence decisions • knowledge sharing
History of Employee Involvement • In the United States, Eastman Kodak company’s employee suggestion system, established in 1898. • During World War II, 35 suggestion system administrators founded the Employee Involvement Association (EIA). • In the 1980s and 1990s, Organizations became aware that those that involved with their employees were likely to benefit from increased motivation and commitment.
Forms of Employee Involvement • Direct form: Where employees are in some way directly involved in their immediate place of work. • Team briefings • Suggestion scheme • Job enrichment • Job design
Forms… (Cont..) • Indirect or representative participation: Where some notion of a representative structure is involved. • Works councils • Quality circles • Board representation • Involvement groups • Task forces
Levels of Employee Involvement • High involvement • Full consultation • Selective consultation High Medium Low
Benefits of employee involvement (EI)“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself ”
Identify and define problems better Usually identify more and better solutions More likely to selectthe best option How Involvement Improves Decisions Employee Involvement
A new management Philosophy Delegation Authority Employee Involvement Communication Information Training Skill Incentive Reward
Benefits of Employee Involvement • Increase in ownership and commitment • Retention of the employees • A balanced and friendly environment • Helps to achieve the employee satisfaction • It is one of the most factors that help to promote team building. 12
Positive Effecton Quality& Productivity Employee involvement improves quality and increases productivity, because they: • Can make better decisions • Are more likely to implement and support decisions they had a part in making. • < • Are better able to pinpoint areas for improvement. 13
Positive effect on Quality & Productivity---cont’d • Are better able to take immediate corrective actions. • Are better able to accept change • Have an increased commitment to unit goals • Reduction of labor/management friction • Increase in employee morale 14
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs • Abraham Maslow stated that motivation could best be explained in terms of a hierarchy of needs having five levels
Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory Herzberg talked about motivators and dissatisfiers. • Motivators: People are motivated by recognition, responsibility, achievement advancement and work itself. They areintrinsic in nature. • Dissatisfiers: These are low salary, poor working conditions, ill defined organizational policies and mediocre technical supervision. They are also called hygiene factors and are preventable. They are extrinsic in nature.
Achieving a Motivated Work Force Some of the concepts to achieve a motivated work force are: • Know thyself • Know your employees • Establish a positive attitude • Share the goals • Monitor Progress
Achieving a Motivated Work Force (Contd.) • Develop interesting work Job Rotation Job Enlargement Job Enrichment • Communicate Effectively • Celebrate Success
Conclusion Important factors while going for Employee Involvement:- • Power • Information Sharing • Knowledge & Skills • Rewards
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