Workplace Motivation - important to them then - the...

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Workplace Motivation - Carrot or Stick approach doesn’t work anymore “I am in this job because I have no other option.” If this is what an employee of your company feels, read on to know how this statement can be changed to something more positive - “I love what I do.” First things first - whose responsibility is it to ensure that an employee loves his job? While an employee would say - the employer, the human resource experts have a different point of view which sounds fair. It’s both the employer and the employee who should work together to make work fun for each other. It is interesting to know here, that employees do not rank ’salary’ as the top factor in determining whether they
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like their jobs or not. What is
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Unformatted text preview: important to them then - the opportunity to do what is important. Almost all the employees would like to feel part of the big picture and would want to contribute to the organizational goals in some way or the other. Doing the mundane, routine work will never excite them - what excites them is - work that challenges them to use their talent. Right Management Consultants conducted a survey sometime back and found that 83% of about 500 workers surveyed were motivated by challenges at work. Also, as per an executive editor of the Harvard Business Review, while salary and promotions could do a great job of demotivating people if handled ineffectively, they arent so much effective in motivating people....
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