Motivational Factor at Tesco

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Management and Staff Motivation

Contents of the Research

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTON

1.1. Statement
1.2. Research Background
1.3. Company’s Background
1.4. Research Purpose
1.5. Research Objectives
1.6. Research Questions
1.7. Research Nature
1.8. Rationale

CHAPTER 2 THEORETICAL BACKGROUND OF THE TOPIC

2.1. Introduction
2. Motivation (in general)
3. Human Resource Management
4. Theories of Motivation
1. Content Theories
1. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
2. ERG theory
3. Theory X and Theory Y
2. Process Theories
2.4.2.1. Victor Vroom Expectancy Theory
2.4.2.2. Hertzberg Two factor theory
2.4.2.3. Equity Theory
5. Implication for management of Motivational theories 6. Advantages of Motivation
7. Staff retention
8. Conclusion of theoretical background

CHAPTER 3 RESEARCH METHODOLGY

3.1. Research Philosophy
3.2. Research Approach
3.3. Research strategy
3.4. Research Design
3.5. Time horizon
3.6. Data collection method
3.6.1. Designing the questionnaire
3.6.2. Relationship of Questionnaire with research Objectives 7. Sampling
8. Credibility of research
1. Reliability
2. Validity
9. Ethical Issues
1. Fairness
2. Confidentiality
3. Consent
4. Stealing Ideas from Others
10. Data analysis techniques
11. Data access and resource Implication

CHAPTER 4 RESEARCH FINDINGS

4.1. Introduction
4.2. Questionnaire results

CHAPTER 5 DISCUSSION ON THE RESEARCH FINDINGS

5.1. Introduction
5.2. Overall Motivation of the staff
5.2.1. Role of Salary
5.2.2. Working Conditions and Atmosphere
5.2.3. Reward system
5.2.4. Job security
5.3. Relationship between Theoretical Concepts and Research Findings 5.3.1. Relationship with Hertzberg’s Two Factor Theory
5.3.2. Findings Relationship with Adams Equity Theory
5.3.3. Relationship of findings with Victor Vroom Expectancy theory 5.3.4. Relationship of findings with Maslow’s Need Theory 5.3.5. Relationship of findings with ERG Theory
5.4. TK MAXX HR Policies

CHAPTER 6 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

6.1. Introduction
6.2. Building the Framework
6.3. Research Process
6.4. Scrutinizing Findings
6.5. Conclusion in relation to research objectives and questions 6.6. Recommendation
6.7. Research Limitations
6.7.1. Time Constraints
6.7.2. Managing Resources
6.7.3. Limited Data Access
6.8. Recommendation for Future Research
6.9. Accomplishment of the Research

CHAPTER 7 REFLECTION

7.1. Introduction
7.2. Honey and Mumford style of Learning
7.3. KOLB Learning Style
7.4. Skill Achieved
7.4.1. Skill 1: Selection, Evaluation of Critical Management Thinking 7.4.2. Skill II: Evaluation and Selection of the Techniques 7.4.3. Skill III Arriving at Conclusion
7.5. Personal and Career Development
7.6. Critical Incidents

APPENDICES

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

1.1. The Statement
The dissertation investigates approaches to staff motivation used by the TK Maxx store in Uxbridge and the significant relation between the applied in T.K. Max staff motivation management and its connection to staff loyalty. This...
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