A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF REWARDS ON EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION IN THE TELECOMMUNICATION SECTOR OF PAKISTAN
- Designing a Dual Career-Track System. Tucker, Robert; Moravec, Milan; Ideus, Ken // Training & Development;Jun92, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p55
Focuses on designing a dual career-track system to reward and promote high-performing employees. Overview on the British Petroleum's career-path structure; Theory of the dual career paths; Elements of the dual career-track system of the British Petroleum.
- Match Your Employees With the Right Reward. Juergens, Jennifer // Corporate Meetings & Incentives;May2007, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p29
The article reports on the result of a study which analyzes employees preferences on how to be recognized. Findings reveal six categories that define employees specific traits that can be used by companies to motivate their workers. It has been found that employees can be classified as freedom...
- Celebrate. Whitten, Neal // PM Network;Aug2005, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p21
Encourages project leaders to acknowledge their team for a job well done. Reason for setting milestone for a team; Benefits associated with the celebration of a completed project; Implication of the failure to recognize the team's work for one's leadership.
- Retailers use raft of perks this yule. // Employee Benefits;Dec2007, p11
The article focuses on placing perks in place by the high-street retailers to help boost employee motivation during the busy pre-Christmas period in Great Britain. According to the author, a personalised Christmas card, a free festive meal at their workplace canteen will be provided by the...
- Mine Ore and Ire. Morgan, Tom // Business Journal (Central New York);7/16/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 29, p27
Discusses a factory owner in Tennessee's approach to motivating employees. Incentives designed to increase production; Production goal; Application of the technique in presidential campaigns.
- Stemming the flow. Golding, Nick // Employee Benefits;Jul2007, p49
The article discusses the importance of investing in motivating staff on sectors with high turnover rates in Great Britain. However, the author points out that many employers are unwilling to invest in motivational benefits for staff working in call centers, retailers and factories. He also...
- The proven effectiveness of paying for performance. Bourque, Ron // New Hampshire Business Review;9/14/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 20, p24
The author reflects on an effective pay for performances of employees. He realizes the big difference between management theory and actual practice and with smart approaches through the Employee Stock Purchase Program, which employees become owners of the company. He emphasizes that rewards are...
- A Penny for Your Thoughts. Durante, Dianne // BusinessWest;3/17/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 22, p14
The article offers techniques on how to motivate staff members using common symbols in the U.S. According to the author, the use of common symbols such as penny, elastic band and pencil with an eraser can be used materials which could help uncover and resolve issues in organization. In addition,...
- What Drives Differences in Reward Allocation Principles Across Countries and Organizations? Yunxia Zhu // Academy of Management Perspectives;Aug2007, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p90
This article discusses the principles that organizations employ when allocating rewards, such as pay raises to employees. Because appropriate allocation of rewards may enhance employee motivation and contribute to the realization of corporate goals and objectives, it is an increasingly important...