Job design is a work arrangement or overcoming job dissatisfaction and employee alienation arising from repetitive and mechanistic tasks. Through job design organizations try to raise productivity levels by offering non-monetary rewards such as greater satisfaction from a sense of personal achievement in meeting the increased challenges and responsibility of one’s work. Job enlargement, job achievement, job rotation, and job simplification are the various techniques used in a job design exercises. It is crucial that organizations create an environment where workers are motivated by jobs in which they feel challenged but at the same time their work goes with the objectives of the company. Designing jobs properly will cause a positive impact on motivation, performance, and job satisfaction on those who perform them (Moorhead and Griffin, 1998).
The dictionary Webster's defines motivation as the act or process of giving someone a reason for doing something, the act or process of motivating someone. Every person has there way to be motivated. Work motivation mostly depends on your work environment, your personal needs for work, and whether the interaction of these needs with your environment supports the accomplishment of your goals. Everyone has there own opinion of motivation but I think that most employee leave their jobs because of low motivation and bad manager/boss relationship. Another reason it would be because of the money, they want to gain more money and their manager don’t think it’s still time for it. If they don’t pay well at work then employee won’t be motivated because money motivates people to work; but it needs to be enough to be motivating. They need to pay enough so employee won’t be thinking about the money. Another thing than can motivate any employees is when the work they do is recognized by their boss, these makes them feel appreciated and of course it motivates them. Usually the jobs that mostly motivates people are the jobs...
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