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Motivation Theories in Warner Leisure: A Case Study

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This case study explores the different motivation theories used by Warner Leisure to motivate its employees, including Maslow's Theory of Needs and Herzberg's two factor theory. It also discusses how the company fulfills its employees' needs and provides a healthy working environment.

Motivation Theories in Warner Leisure: A Case Study

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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1
Identify two different motivation theories..................................................................................1
Background of Warner Leisure...................................................................................................2
Explain How the company motivates its employees...................................................................2
CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4
References:.......................................................................................................................................5
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INTRODUCTION
In organisation, motivation is core of the management. In workplace, team of motivated
and highly qualified employee is essential for attaining objectives of the organisation (Ding and
Liu, 2022). As motivation is a significant part of the management as it inspire the employees or
subordinates to improve or maintain their efficiencies, therefore, this report is based on
motivation in Warner Leisure. This report is going to cover different motivational theories
through which organisation motivate their employees with the motive to attain their objectives.
Identify two different motivation theories
Maslow’s Theory of Needs
Physiological- These are the needs which required for the human survival such as water,
food, shelter and many more. in relation to the Warner Leisure, it should provide a safe
work environment. Reasonable working hours and clean facilities to its employees.
Safety needs- It include such needs which provide an individual with sense of well being
and security. Respective company can account for safety needs of organisational
employees by providing a secure compensation, safe working an job security, which is
significant in bad economy.
Social needs- In include need to feel sense of acceptance & belonging. Warner Leisure
can account for such kin do needs of its employees by ensuring a cooperative teamwork,
employees known one another and kind supervise or promoting a healthy work life
balance.
Esteem needs- It is defined as self respect and esteem with the self respect being
slenderly more valuable than getting an admiration or respect form the other people
(Gargiulo, 2022). Company an account for its employee's esteem needs by offering
recognition na praise them.
Self actualisation- It define individual's need to reach full potential. This need can be
accounted by the respective organisation by providing challenging work, encouraging the
workers to take interest in decision making and facilitate a flexible & autonomy in
employee's job.
Herzberg's two factor theory
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