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File: ch06, Chapter 6: Motivation and PerformanceTrue/False1. According to the integrated model of individual work motivation, a person’s job performance is influenced most directly by individual attributes such as ability and experience, organizational support such as resources and technology, and effort or the willingness of someone to work hard at what they are doing.
Bloom’s: KnowledgeLevel: MediumLearning Objective 1: Discuss the link between motivation, rewards, and performance.Section Reference: Integrated Model of Motivation2. Content theories are useful in the integrated model of motivation as guides to understanding individual beliefs and career aspirations.
Bloom’s: Knowledge Level: MediumLearning Objective 1: Discuss the link between motivation, rewards, and performance.Section Reference: Integrated Model of Motivation3. Motivation is a property of the organization; it is the organization’s responsibility to guarantee that employees are motivated.
Bloom’s: Knowledge Level: MediumLearning Objective 1: Discuss the link between motivation, rewards, and performance.Section Reference: Integrated Model of Motivation4. The typical reward systems of organizations emphasize only intrinsic rewards.
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Level: MediumLearning Objective 1: Discuss the link between motivation, rewards, and performance.Section Reference: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards5. Intrinsic rewards are positively valued work outcomes that are given to an individual or group by some other person or source in the work setting.
Bloom’s: KnowledgeLevel: MediumLearning Objective 1: Discuss the link between motivation, rewards, and performance.Section Reference: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards6. Extrinsic rewards are positively valued work outcomes that an individual receives directly as a result of task performance.
Bloom’s: Knowledge Level: MediumLearning Objective 1: Discuss the link between motivation, rewards, and performance.Section Reference: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards7. To work well, a merit pay plan should create a belief among employees that the way to achieve high pay is to perform at high levels.
Bloom’s: KnowledgeLevel: MediumLearning Objective 1: Discuss the link between motivation, rewards, and performance.Section Reference: Pay for Performance8. Merit pay should clearly differentiate between high and low performers in the amount of pay received.
Bloom’s: Knowledge Level: MediumLearning Objective 1: Discuss the link between motivation, rewards, and
performance.Section Reference: Pay for Performance9. An emerging trend is the attempt to extend the awarding of cash bonuses to temporary employees in organizations.

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