Love and loyalty are two things that should not be taken in vain! If you offer attractive pay, you’ll probably succeed in hiring good employees. But if you reward employees with something unexpected, you’re likely to get more productivity out of them. The takeaway: The lesson goes beyond the simple test that the researchers undertook. They say it shows that the right strategy can lead to stronger results. In an interview with the Harvard Gazette, researcher Deepak Malhotra suggested that employers should “think carefully not just about what to pay employees, but also how to pay them. The same amount of compensation can be structured in ways that will be more or less appreciated and reciprocated.” Malhotra, a Harvard Business School professor in the Negotiations, Organizations and Markets Unit, also said the study showed the value of nonmonetary gifts in influencing worker productivity. “The key is to understand you are dealing with human beings who work hard not simply because of financial incentives, but because of a whole host of other factors,” he said. Welcome to Hyundai Azera Forum : Hyundai Azera Forums - a website dedicated to all things Hyundai Azera.
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