Experts Say Employee Morale Can Be Improved
- Ramp Up Your Motivation. MCDONALD, TOM // Medical Meetings;Dec2008, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p20
The author talks about staff motivation which should be applied by the supervisor and staff of a company despite the declining economy. He comments that keeping oneself motivated is difficult, though it can be applied by talking positively, by encouraging others and being upbeat. He suggests...
- Today's Workforce Requires New Age Currency. Bowen, R. Brayton // HR Magazine;Mar2004, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p101
Focuses on the elements vital to helping human resource professionals motivate workers. Way in which reward systems may drive performance; Advice on designing jobs; Concept of work as a creative process.
- Understanding morale and motivation helps managers cope with tough times. Novick, Dani // PrintWeek;1/29/2010, p16
The author discusses the importance of morale and motivation as means for managers to adapt to crises. He suggests that managers should be open, ready, and capable of investing time in employees. Redundancies can affect staff morale, which is the interest and desire of employees to work, though...
- converting "motivation" to change. O'Neil, Michael // Supervision;Jan2004, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p8
Discusses how managers could motivate their employees. Importance of change in employees; Options that should be considered in building high-performance organizations.
- 7 top employee motivators. Pollack, Irwin // Fort Worth Business Press;2/17/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p12
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- Additivity Versus Nonadditivity of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Incentives: Implications for Work Motivation, Performance, and Attitudes. Pinder, Craig C. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Dec76, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p693
Male subjects (N = 80) were randomly assigned to either an intrinsically appealing or an intrinsically nonappealing assembly task. Half of the subjects were paid according to a highly salient, continuous, contingent reward schedule, while the other half were paid according to an extremely...
- El 67 por ciento de los directivos no sabe c�mo motivar a sus empleados. // Capital Humano;Apr2010, Vol. 23 Issue 242, p22
No abstract available.
- BOB NELSON'S HIERARCHY OF WANTS. Nelson, Bob // Corporate Meetings & Incentives;Jul2005, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p24
Proposes a Hierarchy of Wants which can be used by managers as a guide for employee motivation. Purpose and meaning; Trust and respect; Communication and information; Praise and recognition; Autonomy and flexibility; Involvement and encouragement; Learning, opportunity and growth.
- New Study: Mix of Motivators Drives Performance. // Corporate Meetings & Incentives;Jul2005, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p24
Reports that research from the Society for Human Resource Management has found that a mix of non-monetary and monetary awards is most effective at improving employee morale. Money as a strong motivator for more than half of the responding human resources professionals; Benefits such as flexible...