Business Blog Work #2 –Motivating Workers
a) Paying a worker “by piece rate” is paying a worker according to the quantity of
production that he/she has produced or made in a specific time.
b) Joe could give to his employees discounts on the firm’s products or generous
c) Because maybe there aren’t good working conditions so they don’t like to spend
their time where they can get hurt or ill, or because they don’t get well motivated
with enough fringe benefits or rewards so they don’t feel like working without
being recognized or well-congratulated anymore.
d) Joe can give his workers more recognition for their good work by any mean or
higher their wage or salary.
e) On the one hand, this could motivate the worker in the operations department to
produce more and faster, but maybe they get too focused on producing a lot and fast
and they ignore the quality. On the other hand, this could not be very useful for the
ones working at the offices. They could be paid by time rate because they are nor
producing something specific.
a) A bonus is an additional payment as a reward for good job.
b) People work for money, for being able to buy the basic needs plus luxurious things;
and for job satisfaction, the achievement of the feeling that a person has done a
c) Hotel workers experience esteem needs, when they are congratulated for a good job
and social needs, they make friends at work and talk and help each other.
d) If the workers are well motivated they would work more effectively because they
could get a bonus or another type of reward and also it could lower levels of
absenteeism as the employees are happy with their working lives.
e) There is no “best way”. It is just a way. But also they could get bonuses or fringe
benefits such as health care paid for, a company vehicle, generous expense
accounts, etcetera. But yes, it is a good way of motivating them