Comp.- Individual Equity

Comp.- Individual Equity - Individual Equity and Motivation...

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Individual Equity and Motivation 1
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Individual Equity and Motivation Needs Theories Process Theories Reinforcement 2
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Needs Theories Focus on innate needs of humans Efforts will be made to satisfy these needs By offering things that satisfy needs, organization can motive employees to high levels of performance 3
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Needs Theories (continued) Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Herzberg’s Two-Factor theory 4
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Hierarchy of Needs Self Actualization Esteem/ Recognition Safety Security Social/ Affiliation Physiological 5
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Hierarchy of Needs People are motivated by the drive to satisfy specified needs These needs form a hierarchy As a lower level need becomes satisfied (~80%), attention turns to the next level. 6
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(continued) Two perspectives on role of money Satisfies only lower level needs Generalizes to all needs Implications for compensation practice? 7
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