Organization Employee Motivation

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Organization EmployeeMotivation
Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Main body........................................................................................................................................3Business issue..............................................................................................................................3Maslow theory of motivation.......................................................................................................3Herzberg two factor theory of motivation...................................................................................5Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................7References........................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONIn the modern era, management of human resource in organization has become one of themost crucial aspects of companies. Furthermore, firms are required to take care of areas such asemployee motivation and retention in order to carry out smooth flow of operations and activities(Maslow, 2013). For this purpose different tools and techniques of motivation are used bybusinesses with an objective to carry manage workers and retain them for long run. The presentresearch report is based on Marks & Spencer which is one of the leading clothing retailers in allacross the globe. This study explains the use of different motivation theories to enhance theoverall performance of Marks & Spencer’s employees.MAIN BODYBusiness issueIt can be stated that over the past few years, the competition among businesses operatingin the clothing retail industry has become so intense that it is no longer easy for companies toattract new customers and retain the old ones. Nowadays, businesses have started focusing uponneed and demand of employees with an objective to enhance their skill set and make them moreeffective. The rationale behind this is that it helps companies to enhance their degree of customersatisfaction and carry out smooth flow of operations (Nuttin, 2014). Along with this,organizations are also using different types of motivation theories such as Maslow and Herzbergto motivate workers and encourage them to give their best.Maslow theory of motivationThis theory of motivation was developed and presented by Abraham Maslow in the year1940-50s. The main objective behind development of this theory was to identify key ways whichcan be used to encourage people in the organization to give their best towards success andaccomplishment of aim and objectives. Furthermore, this theory developed by Abraham Maslowis considered as one of the most popular and effective theory in context of employee motivation.As per this theory employees in organization can be motivated in situations when their need anddemand has been achieved in the best possible manner (Petri and Govern, 2012). This means it isrequired by employer to understand the need of employees working at different level ofmanagement and then take corrective measures for the satisfaction of those needs in order tomotivate workers. However, it can be argued that for a business such as Marks & Spencer
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