How does GE Healthcare uses Reward and Recognition strategies and how do their co-workers perceive these strategies with a focus on motivation and job satisfaction? We want to examine potential gaps between evidence and practice on Reward and Recognition Strategies. Furthermore we want
The purpose of this thesis is to provide a better understanding of how teams become motivated. In order to reach this purpose three research questions are stated: How can the coach be described? How can the process of being motivated be described?
With this thesis we want to investigate through an empirical and a theoretical study how IT professionals in Sweden and in Finland are motivated and how they prefer to be rewarded and recognized. Method:The methodology for this thesis is both a quantitative
Most IT / Telecommunication consulting companies suffer high employee turnover. Engaged and satisfied employees are more likely to stay with their companies. Identifying motivation and satisfaction factors for IT consultants is therefore of great importance in increasing employee retention. The purpose of
While studying management we realised that most of the already existing theories discuss motivation to work from a general perspective. Therefore we found it interesting to investigate motivation on a deeper level.”Motivation to work – differences between managers and workers”The research questions
Employees working hard in the direction of company goals and having a robust desire to remain in the organization are essential for the success of a organization. To be able to create such organizational commitment of the workers, the knowledge about what motivates and satisfies them is important.
It is widely believed that the implementation of progressive HR practices that affect employee skills, motivation, and behaviors can create strategic advantage for the organization (e.g., Arthur, 1994; Delaney and Huselid, 1996; Snell & Dean, 1992). However, the intervening mechanisms of this
As an individual in a modern society you are without a doubt an experienced service consumer. On a daily basis a number of services may be used, everything from getting a haircut, to using a credit card or talking on the phone.