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Effects of Organizational Rewards Effects of Organizational Rewards Effect of Rewards on Attitudes Satisfaction is influenced by how much is received and how much the person thinks should have been received. Satisfaction is affected by comparison with others. The rewards of others are often misperceived. Overall job satisfaction is affected by employee satisfaction with intrinsic and extrinsic rewards. Effects of Organizational Rewards Effects of Organizational Rewards Effect of Rewards on Behaviors Extrinsic rewards affect employee satisfaction and reduce turnover. Rewards influence patterns of attendance and

absenteeism. Employees tend to work harder for rewards based on performance. Effects of Organizational Rewards Effects of Organizational Rewards Effect of Rewards on Motivation Employees will work harder when performance will be measured. Employees will work harder if performance is closely followed by rewards. Conclusions MOTIVATION AND MONEY Money, in the form of pay or some other sort of remuneration, is the most obvious extrinsic reward. Herzberg cast doubts on the effectiveness of money as a motivator. However, different people have different needs and some will be more motivated by money than others. Conclusions Money is a powerful force as it is linked directly, or indirectly, to the satisfaction of many needs eg survival and security, self-esteem and status. Financial incentives motivate those people who are strongly motivated by money and who expect to receive a financial reward for their effort. Thank You VII. Porter-Lawler Extension of Expectancy Theory for Definitions of Motivation Download or Print Add To Collection 3.7K Reads 17 Readcasts 1 Embed Views Published by zergey Follow Search TIP Press Ctrl-F to search anywhere in the document.

Sections I.Maslows Hierarchy of Needs II. ALDERFERS ERG THEORY IV. McCLELLANDS ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION THEORY VI.VROOMS EXPECTANCY THEORY VII. Porter-Lawler Extension of Expectancy Theory VIII. Goal Setting Theory IX. The Equity Theory of Motivation Info and RatingCategory: Brochures/Catalogs Rating: Upload Date: 10/25/2009 Copyright: Attribution Non-commercial Tags: motivation OB Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt), text file (.tx t) or view presentation slides online. Flag document for inapproriate content

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