Ch3 - 71-342: Compensation Management Chapter 3 A...

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71-342: Compensation Management 1 Chapter 3 A Behavioral Framework for Compensation
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71-342: Compensation Management How Rewards Affect Employee Behaviour 2 Membership Behaviour Job Satisfaction Motivation Task Behaviour Organizational Commitment Organizational Citizenship Behaviour Reward System Employee Attitudes Employee Behaviours
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71-342: Compensation Management Three Key Employee Behaviours Task behaviour Membership behaviour Organizational citizenship behaviour 3
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71-342: Compensation Management Understanding Task Behaviour 4 Motivation Task Behaviour
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71-342: Compensation Management 5 What Motivates Employees? In the simplest sense, motivation involves three elements: What is important to a person, and Offering it in exchange for some Desired behavior
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71-342: Compensation Management 6 Process Versus Content-Based Theories of Motivation Content-Based Theories Focus on What motivates behavior. Try to list specific things that motivate behavior. Process-Based Theories Focus on How motivated behavior occurs. Explain how people go about satisfying their needs .
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71-342: Compensation Management 7 The Hierarchy of Needs Developed in the 1940s by psychologist Abraham Maslow who believed: People have an innate desire to satisfy a given set of needs. These needs are arranged in a hierarchy of importance, with the most basic needs at the foundation of the hierarchy.
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course FINANCE 101 taught by Professor Chan during the Spring '11 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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Ch3 - 71-342: Compensation Management Chapter 3 A...

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