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Motivation theories help managers get more

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- motivation theories help managers get more productivity out of employees - should also focus on improving conditions of workplace for employees Conclusions Recognize individual differences (align goals, level of involvement, rewards w/ individual needs) Use goals and feedback (challenging, specific goals + feedback on how well they’re doing) Allow employees to participate in decisions that affect them (e.g. setting work goals, choosing benefits packages) → can inc. productivity, commitment to work goals, motivation, job satisfaction When giving rewards, be sure they reward desired performance (reward linked to type of performance expected so employees perceive clear linkage) → if perceived to be low → low performance, dec. in job satisfn, inc. in turnover/absenteeism Check the system for equity (rewards equating w/ inputs of employees)
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