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Although company/organization's working activities are usually done, if the employees motivation is down, the advantages are less then high benchmark.
Motivation is a key factor to getting employees to work with a sense of pride.
Employee motivation is very important for it goes a long way to prevent resignation.
There are many motivational theories that HR managers may use. However, what HR managers must be aware of it. The following are the well-known motivational theories which have been developed and adopted in the workplace. 1. The classical approach to motivation, 2. The scientific approach, 3. The organizational theory approach, 4. The behavioral approach. In my point view, most I am agree with no. 1,3, and 4.
H R Managers are the one responsible for the welfare of staff and it is important that they know what types of motivational theories to use to boost the confidentiality and productivity of employees within the workplace.
Is it likely that a HR manager comes up with their own ideas on how to motivate employees without following the original concepts of the motivational theories?
A Human Resource Manager should be aware on how to motivate the employees within their organization and what motivational theory approach - may it be one or a mixture of all - that would be best suited to get the job done.
The different types of motivational theories are very clear and precise in their approaches but the HR manager must use his/her wisdom in knowing which theory approach to use when dealing with individual employees seeing people differ in ways, thinking etc.
H R Managers apply these four theorists motivational strategies in the workplace to enhance employees needs
These four approaches can be utilize by management in dealing with employees motivation
There are many motivational theories that Human Resources Managers may use. However, what HR Managers must be aware of is that no two individuals are alike and that what motivates one individual will not necessarily be appropriate for the next employee.
The following are the well-known motivational theories which have been developed and adapted in the workplace:
• The classical approach to motivation
• The scientific approach
• The organisational theory approach
• The behavioural approach
The classical school of thought said what will motivate employees is constant repetition of tasks associated with the division of labour within the workplace so that their skill levels improve accordingly.
The scientific approach extended the classical approach and used remuneration based on output as the motivating force in the workplace together with careful monitoring of work practices.
The organisational theory approach used the approach that if employees were correctly managed then motivational levels would improve.
The behavioural approach adopted the approach that the employees will be motivated if management meets their psychological needs.
There were numerous strategies adopted by theorists that adopt this approach.
These theorists include: