Factors Considered When Making Equity Comparisons Outcomes Inputs 9-2 Table 9-1 McGraw-Hill . Challenging assignments Experience Fringe benefits Education/training Pay/bonuses Time Time off with pay/Job security Recognition Past Performance Ability and Skill Effort
Outcomes Inputs Factors Considered When Making Equity Comparisons 9-3 Table 9-1 cont. McGraw-Hill Pleasant/safe working environment Loyalty to organization Status symbols Seniority Career advancement/promotions Creativity Opportunity for personal growth/development Age
Since perceptual many ways to manage Examples Methods 9-9 Table 9-2 l Ask for a raise; ask for a new title;seek outside intervention
Person can attempt to increase his or her outcomes
Don’t work as hard; take longer breaks
Person can attempt to increase his
or her inputs
Work harder; attend school or a specialized program
Effective managers work with subordinates to set specific, objective performance standards. All jobs.
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Locke’s Model of Goal Setting Encouraging the development of goal- attainment strategies or action plans Increasing one’s persistence Regulating one’s effort Directing one’s attention Goals motivate the individual by... Task performance 9-22 Figure 9-3