BEH 225 CheckPoint - Motivating Employees Version 1

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BEH/225 CheckPoint: Motivating Employees Yes, it is possible to motivate most employees. This can happen most effectively when a manager is willing to invest the time to identify and provide appropriate motivators. Motivated employees who care about their work product are the keys to success in most any business environment. An investment in the use of employee motivational techniques will pay dividends in terms of productivity and longevity of employment. The company will end up with experienced workers who are happier and more successful. Such employees are better able to contribute to a company's bottom line and to grow its customer base. Different people are motivated by different things. Recognition might be enough to motivate one employee but the same kind of praise might have no effect on someone else who is more focused on material rewards. The most effective managers will motivate on multiple levels and will have a wide variety of motivational tools in their toolboxes.
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