Unformatted text preview: to serve as many clients as we can and earn a larger amount of money. However, I think they also want to keep customer loyalty and trust by doing things correctly. If our company wants to keep their current business and earn other people’s business, then we need to treat them well. For the most part, I believe that these two motivations for employees and managers match, besides the fact that the supervisor does not care if the employee is getting paid well or not. I guess all in all, an employee is motivated to get the best for themselves while a manager is motivated to do what’s best for the company as a whole. An example would be if an employee wants to double check over a tax return and put in extra time to make sure it is correctly done, while the supervisor says it is probably right and to just move on to the next return. I also think it specifically depends on each person....
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- Spring '09
- Management, Want, supervisor, Lebanon, Tennessee, biggest motivating factor