Motivating Today's Employees

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ISBN: 978-1-55180-355-5

Number of pages: 224

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Motivated employees are effective employees. Learn how to create a favourable working environment and increase worker effectiveness!

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When you are watching the bottom line, it is easy to forget how your employees are feeling about their jobs. But unproductive staff can be one of the biggest threats to that bottom line, as many business owners have discovered.

A favourable working environment combined with good worker benefits has eclipsed salaries as the prime concern of the work force. Here is a book that tackles the job-satisfaction issue head-on. It offers creative options that will help companies increase worker effectiveness.

The book answers the following questions:

  • How do I identify effective motivators?
  • Why should my company establish job standards?
  • Is it important to involve employees in goal-setting and decision making?
  • How do I know whether I am hearing what my employees are really saying?
  • --And more! 

Additional Info

Additional Info

Publication Date Jan 15, 2002
Market Global
PDF Preview Download URL's_employees.pdf
Edition Second Edition
Pages 224
Size 8¼ x 9¾
ISBN 978-1-55180-355-5
UPC 069635803554

Author Details

Author Details - Lin Grensing-Pophal, SPHR

Author Lin Grensing-Pophal, SPHR, writes business and employee management articles for general and trade publications and is the author of five books previously published by Self-Counsel Press. She is accredited through the International Association of Business Communicators and the Society for Human Resource Management.Her work has appeared frequently in HR Magazine, Credit Union Management, Workforce, Small-Business Opportunities, and Business Start-Ups. She is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.


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