Business Studies AO1 AS Level
Hutchinson puts a large emphasis on the motivation of his employees in the workplace. Raymond is constantly motivating the Tayto employees and they also motivate each other.
Hutchinson motivates his employees in the workplace by the open door policy. This policy ensures that all employees feel like they can talk to anyone in the business, regardless of hierarchy, about any issues or problems that have arisen in the business. This means that the Tayto employees can voice their opinions openly to managers and directors, who will take on board their point of view. This ability for them to voice their opinion and for it to be taken on board is motivating for the employees. Hutchinson has ensured that they always feel comfortable and so the employees of Tayto are therefore motivated to do a better job, because they are constantly being made to feel that Raymond will do his best to fulfil their wants and needs.
Raymond Hutchinson deems it very important to keep himself motivate. The employees act by example from their managers and directors so if they are not motivated and focused on work then the employees will feed off their negativity and possibly become demotivated. Raymond Hutchinson keeps himself motivated by constantly reviewing his aims and objectives for the business. This way, he can constantly be reminded of what he is aiming for to keep himself on the road to fulfilling these goals. In business, sometimes it is difficult to be constantly motivated, because sometimes it may take a long time for the business to reap the rewards of their hard work. By constantly aiming for specific goals, it makes the wait easier.
Raymond Hutchinson uses internal promotion as a means to motivate his staff. Internal promotion is the promoting of an employee that is already in the business, to a higher place within the business. Raymond ensures that his employees are aware that if they show promise