3.How many other problems could be lessened with diligent use of rewards other than pay?
4. Are hours of work a reward? What might explain why I was happy to be working 20 hours per week, but Chuck was unhappy with 30 hours per week? How might schedules be used as a reward A schedule can absolutely be used as a reward. A good work/life balance is key in an employee’s happiness. Having flexibility in a schedule allows employees to plan their lives out a little more. The preference of hours really depends on the employee. One employee could have another job so they only want to work minimal hours; at the same time, an employee could rely solely on this job so they would want to work 40 hours a week. If a mother were to work there, she might want to work mornings in order to be off of work when her kids leave school. Having an employer that is willing to be flexible with your schedule is a huge motivator.
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