TECHNIQUES OF IMPROVING EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION DEPENDING ON THE GOAL OF THE COMPANY

Ms. SASIREKHA S.

Abstract


Most employers in the present day would like to have their employee’s motivated and equipped to work, but do not understand what really motivates a person. Companies could be more efficient if the employees had an invested interest in the future of the company. There are necessary needs to be meet for an individual, purposely an employee, to succeed in the workplace. I will examine different theories of motivations, how they are relevant to the workplace, and how employers can implement the theories to ensure happy and motivated employees. The mainly essential theories include: Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, Herzberg’s two-factor theory, Aristotle’s seven causes, and the diverse types of motivation. Each theory is related in the fact that there are needs for all people to meet. Every employee is at a different phase in their lives, which requires different management techniques. It is shown that motivation must come from within the employee. The theories investigated will help describe how managers can influence their employees to self motivate and generate the best work feasible. There are two definite types of stimulus: financial and non-financial. I will spotlight on conduct the employers can motivate their employees using fiscal means as well as non-financial recognitions. In this day in era, there is not always a bountiful amount of money to spend on motivation, so it is important to understand how managers can build their employees feel important without breaking the bank. Both types need to be executed in a tactical way to provide the best outcome. Lastly, I will focus on how managers are able to put into practice these types of motivation into their specific work place. This will prove how motivation is imperative to all industries, and how it can transform and collision the amount sales a company performs. Motivated employees will turn create a triumphant company.


Keywords


Employee Motivation, Importance, Performance, Techniques and Theories

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