On the job Training Employee training often informal that occurs while the

On the job training employee training often informal

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On-the-job Training : Employee training (often informal) that occurs while the employee is on the job 自分がフードコートで働いてたら直でそのまま働いてトレーニ ングすること Motivation : Internally generated drive to achieve a goal or follow a particular course of action Hierarchy-of-needs 必要性 Theory : Theory of motivation that holds that people are motivated by a hierarchical series of unmet needs Phycologist Abraham が提案 した、仕事のモチベーションのランクのセオリー
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For example,that you ‘ve just returned to college and that for a variety of reasons that aren’t your fault, you’re broke, hungry and homeless. Because you’ll probably take allmost any job that will pay for food and housing ( physiological needs ), you go to work repossessing cars. Fortunately, your student loan finally comes through, and with enough money to feed yourself, you can look for a job that’s not so risky (a safety need ). You find a job as a night janitor in the library, and though you feel secure, you start to feel cut off from your friends, who are active during daylight. You want to work among people, not books ( a social need). So now you join serveral of your friends selling pizza in the student center. This job improves your social life, but even though you’re very good at making pizzas, it’s not terribly satisfying. You’d like something that will let you display your intellectual talents (an esteem need). So you study har and lan a job as an intern in the governor’s office. On graduation, you move up through a series of government appointments and eventually ru for state senator. As you’re sworn into office, you realize that you’ve reached your full potential ( a self- actualkization need) and you comment to yourself,”It doesn’t get any better than this.” Se lf- act ual iza tio n ne ed s Estee m need s Soci al nee ds Safety needs Physiol ogical needs PE RS O N AL Cr ea tiv e su cc es s St at us Fri en ds hi ps Fi na nc ial st ab ilit y Sh elt er W O R K C ha lle ng in g jo b In ce nti ve s So ci al ac tivi tie s S e ni or ity S al ar y
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Two-factor Theory : theory that holds that motivation involves both motivation factors (which contribute to job satisfaction) and hygiene factors (which help to prevent job dissatisfaction) (Herzberg が提案した、今の仕事に満足してるかしていないかは二つの要因によって決ま るっていうセオリー ) 仕事を不満足にさせるモチベーション 仕事を満足させるモチベーション ( まず不満足の部分を取り除いてから満足のあるモチベーションを上げる ) Expectancy Theory : Theory of motivation that proposes that employees will work hard to earn rewards they value and consider obtainable もし報酬があったとした ら従業員は熱心に働くだろうっていうモチベーションについてのセオリー EX: 車を売る 従業員で月給が $2000
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