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10. The Wilson brothers have proven that anyone can have success if you work hard enough. They started the company in 1960 and now have plants all over Canada and have branched out in other countries. They have proven that a small time company with only a select number of employees really can be
successful and grow into something extraordinary. No matter the size, the Brothers remain in ultimate control. They implement new ideas and productsand major changes to the company are always made and/or approved by them before being executed. Although they’re at the top, they remain the hardest workers within the organization and use that to motivate the rest of the staff. They lead by example and it allows everyone to understand that hard work pays off. Even after taking the company across the border, they remain distinctively Canadian and always refer to the Canadian roots to which it began. With all of these motivational methods in place, they still need to help each individual associate by possibly creating a better rewards and bonuses structure (see Number 1). Some staff fear the loss of their jobs because there is no true structure in place. These practices can lead to less motivated workers and well as some searching for new more secure jobs. Creating a bonus structure as well as a thorough policy for any employee relations would allow employees to feel more protected and confident about the stability of their jobs. With stability, comes better motivation in the workplace. Works CitedChiu, G. (2013, 03 05). Top 4 Benefits of face-to-face Team Meetings. Retrieved 06 15, 2015, from Forbes.com: -benefits-of-face-to-face-team-meetings/Duggan, T. (2014). How to Deal With Change in an Organization. Retrieved 06 15, 2015, from Chron: -2587.html
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