What is the role of business ethics in keeping the staff motivated and to increase the productivity? Introduction:
Keeping your staff motivated increases productivity, efficiency and retention. We all know the reasons to motivate, but few of us have actually mastered the science. We are simultaneously obsessed with motivating, but unlike the focused time and attention we dedicate to other good business practices (cost control, training, etc.), our strategies for motivation seem to be given last priority. To reap the benefits of staff motivation, you must actually take strong, planned action! Although there are many business ethics in place today but staff motivation is given the least attention in business institution. I will research in mainly retail industry, its staffs and managers. I will also look in the literature of business ethics and staff motivation and the real practices. A motivated employee will not only do his work in the best possible way but will also create a positive vibe for the rest of the staff and bring in a lot more than just his/her services. Motivation if correctly used is very effective tools that can help you develop a strong and winning team that will overcome adverse conditions and take the business to newer heights. Research background:
A new survey from America Online (AOL) and Salary.com found that the average American worker wastes 2 hours and 5 minutes a day, which cumulatively adds up to $759 billion a year in lost productivity. Since it is part of my course study (Business Administration) and I like and believe the fact that staff motivation is important for any business institution, I choose this subject area. Aim and objective:
The main aims of the dissertation are to:
Explain how it helps a business to improve its productivity Make recommendation on how to use staff motivation as a better way Personal aim and objective:
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