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24) Which of the following is NOT a common way that employee recognition programs recognize worker achievements? 24) ______ A) a party B) added worker responsibilities C) a handwritten note of thanksD)
a public announcement of achievement Acme Corporation (Scenario)Acme Corporation's management feels that employees could be more motivated by their jobs. The jobs were enriched earlier and some improvements were seen in motivation.25) To increase the motivation through enrichment, Acme decides to increase the meaningfulness of the work. This might be done by ________. 25) ______
26) Acme managers explained how important their product was to the world economy. Which core dimension in the job characteristics model is this? 26) ______
27) The Acme managers developed a program that allows the employees to have a large degree of freedom carrying out their jobs. Which core dimension are they providing? 27) ______
Application of Early Theories of Motivation (Scenario)Three managers work at the Pabco Company. Aaron really "cracks the whip" on his employees and firmly believes in strict controls and punishment for those employees who do not perform to company expectations. Zach has very few controls and believes that as long as people know what their objectives are, they will exercise self-control and self-direction. Susan has been trying to improve working conditions and manager-employee relations to increase the level of productivity in her department.28) Zach is what type of manager? 28) ______ A) autocratic B) dictatorial C) Theory X-oriented D) Theory Y-oriented
29) Susan was trying to use what type of Herzberg factors to increase productivity? 29) ______
30) Zach was using which type of Herzberg factors to increase productivity levels?
30) ______
Essay questions:Please read the case application “Bringing the real world to life --- Google searching for? and answer the following questions:a.Google is doing a lot for its employees, but obviously not enough to retain several of its talented employees. Using what you’ve learned from studying the various motivation theories, what does this situation tell you about employee motivation?Solution:b.What do you think is Google’s biggest challenge in keeping employees motivated?
c.If you were managing a team of Google employees, how would you keep them motivated?

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