MGT 210 Week 7 Checkpoint Incident 14-1 No Extra Effort

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MGT 210 WK 7 CheckPoint Incident 14-1 - No Extra Effort Posted: Thu 03/18/2010 08:32 PM , by: Deb Aldrine ( DebiD626@email.phoenix.edu ) Previous | Next Red(High) Yellow(Medium) Blue(Low) No Flag Reply View/Print Remove Flag Message Mark as unread I believe part of the reason the nurses are not motivated has to do with the supervisor being hired from a different hospital. This has lead to the lack of motivation from employees because they feel will not be promoted: So why work harder? The nurses are also aware of the shortage in nurses. They may think they will not be fired if they do anything wrong since they know there are not enough nurses to fill their position. To help change this way of thinking, the nurses should be written up for the mistakes they make, and they should receive raises based on the quality of their work. The need hierarchy theory, which covers physical needs, safety needs, social needs, esteem or ego needs, and self-actualization or self-fulfillment needs, would help set a
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2011 for the course MGT 210 taught by Professor Cherlynconner during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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