Employee motivation refers to the forces and reasons that inspire employees to engage in their work. Research shows that motivated and productive employees contribute to the company's profitability. Employers work to inc... More »

Extrinsic motivation is a reward or inducement provided by an external person or entity to compel a person to act. Companies typically use pay structures, public praise and employee awards as extrinsic motivators to enco... More »

Motivation is one of the crucial ingredients for job satisfaction, preventing employees from becoming bored and giving them a sense that they are achieving something worthwhile. Prestige and high pay only go so far when ... More »

To create shift work schedules, ask employees about their personal preferences, determine daily total employee hours requirements and assign shifts and days. Post the completed schedule in advance where it is clearly vis... More »

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Employee transition planning is the process a company takes when an employee resigns. Rather than losing the knowledge and skills of the departing employee, the company takes affirmative steps to ensure it can continue i... More »

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Choosing an employee for an Employee of the Month program is sometimes a challenging task. To aid in selecting the best candidate, one can put together a team of fellow employees, including managers and staff, to serve i... More »

The main purpose of reward management is to provide interest and motivation to employees. When interested, workers are more dedicated to maintaining a high level of performance. When motivated by some type of reward or c... More »