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Assignment 4: Texas Roadhouse Won’t Scrimp on Making Employees Happy By
Kendra Craig
Professor Dr. Jo-Rene Queensberry
Human Resource Management Foundations-HRM 500
November 27, 2012

Employee motivation is very important in the workplace. It is the driving force for organizations to build a foundation between the employer and employee. Many companies understand the importance of employee motivation. Motivation is critical to the outcome of employee performance. It is a tool that is used to help employers and employees have a great work environment. Texas Roadhouse is an organization that has implemented the importance of employee motivation Noe et al’s (2011). By implementing different employee motivation methods they have come to realize that happy employees produce great job performance Noe et al’s (2011).

Texas Roadhouse Won’t Scrimp on Making Employees Happy
Taking Care of Employees
Texas Roadhouse is an organization that has set a high level of expectation to ensure their employees are happy with their work environment (Noe, Hollenbeck, Gerhart, & Wright, 2011). The organization has proven to set these standards to show other establishments that if their employees are happy then they will make sure their customers are satisfied with their purchase Noe et al’s (2011). According to their CEO J.Hart, it is important that employees are recognized and rewarded for their job performance Noe et al’s (2011). This is a cliché for companies but Texas Roadhouse put it into action. Therefore, during an economic downfall they are still able to services their employees with a high level of job security and enjoyable work environment Noe et al’s (2011). CEO J. Hart made it clear to his subordinates that it is important that they keep employees happy Noe et al’s (2011). By emphasizing employee satisfaction, Texas Roadhouse understands that their employees are the driving force for their company’s success (Texas Roadhouse, 2011). They are...
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