Taming a Multitasking Employee by Speaking His Language
- How to design incentive schemes. Fisher, John // People Management;
Focuses on designing incentive schemes for employees. Importance of such schemes; Process of designing an incentive scheme; Perception of employees on employers who use money as a reward.
- What Motivates Today's Employees? Nelson, Bob // ABA Bank Marketing;Oct2004, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p16
Deals with employee motivation and recognition. Expectations of employees from their jobs; Criticism against companies that motivate their employees by giving them achievement awards; Preferred rewards of employees for doing good work.
- The art and science of employee recognition. Page, Heide; Leclair, Debra // New Hampshire Business Review;9/26/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p26
The authors reflect on the importance of employee recognition program for both the organization and its employees. The authors cite studies that indicate the attitudes of personnel managers towards implementing positive reinforcement for desirable work behaviors as well as the benefits incurred...
- TIME BANK. Santovec, Mary Lou // Credit Union Management;May2001, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p50
Discusses tips on how to curb employee absenteeism. Importance of incentive programs for employees; Mechanics of paid time-off banks, a leave program for employees; Advantages of the program; Reasons for employees' use of vacation and sick leaves; Background on effective personnel management.
- Higher Salaries Don't (Always) Work. Ligos, Melinda // Successful Promotions;Nov2008, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p8
The article offers some ways to keep employees motivated in 2009. It is advised to calling key employees to the front of the room and giving them small rewards for their efforts. Give team members extra vacation days, and send them something home, such as a logoed basket of treats or a...
- An Incentive Plan Will Work Only If You Target the Right Behavior. Bird, Anat // American Banker;5/17/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 95, p9
Focuses on effects of incentive plan on the attitudes of employees. Commitment of employees to the company; Impact of incentive scheme on productivity; Advantages and disadvantages of using an incentive plan.
- stepping up to the table: the hr professional's role in corporate strategy. Bailey, Leigh // Supervision;Sep2008, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p6
The article discusses the role of the human resource professional when it comes to corporate strategy. Aside from this, it details the characteristics that HR professionals must possess. The professional should understand how the company functions and how HR supports the company's basic value...
- Cost-cutting rewards revamp needed to ride out recession. Logan, Guy // Personnel Today;2/10/2009, p1
The article reports that the annual Reward Management Survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) shows that four in 10 employers expect to revise existing bonus and incentive scheme to get better value for money and reduce expenses. CIPD president Vicky Wright said...
- Rewards Work? Researching the Relation Between Monetary Reward and Employee Innovativeness. De Spiegelaere, Stan; Van Gyes, Guy; Van Hootegem, Geert // Proceedings of the European Conference on Innovation & Entrepren;2013, p204
As organizations try to steer and direct the behaviour of employees, they frequently introduce reward schemes to align the employee behaviour with the companies interests. Yet, while these reward schemes can result in people working hard, the question is whether they also enable employees to...