Employee Motivation

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Contents
BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY 2
History of Genting Highlands 3
Content 4
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs 5 Physiological Needs 5 Safety needs 6 Esteem 8 Convenience 8
McClelland’s acquired needs theory 9
Pros of Employee Motivation 10 Self-Esteem 10 Health 10 Recognition 10 Safety 10
Cons of Motivating Staff 10 Will Not Last and Employees become greedy 10 Over competitive 11 Job description oriented 11 Over dependence 11
Recommendation 12 Remove Demotivators 12 Pinpoint each employee’s personality. 12
Conclusion 13
Reference 13

BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY
The Genting Group is Malaysia’s leading multinational corporation and one of Asia’s best-managed companies. The Group has over 35,000 employees, 4,500 hectares of prime
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He will be greatly missed by the management and staff of the Genting Group.

Content
According to Gardner (1972) Motivation is the extent to which the individual works or strives to learn the language because of a desire to do so and the satisfaction experienced in this activity. According to various theories, motivation may be rooted in a basic need to minimize physical pain and maximize pleasure. Most probably is needs such as eating , resting , desired object, goal and etc. Beside it’s important to realize that motivation is only related to emotion but it is a distinct matter.

Employee motivation is a way to motivate workers in an organization to keep them working. Normally is salary of the employee whether is enough to ensure the employees to stay and work hard for the organization. Hence employee motivation is very important. An employee must be motivated to work for a company or organization. If no motivation present in an employee, then the employee’s quality of work will deteriorate, whole company will become not productive anymore. When motivating an audience, you can use general motivational strategies or specific motivational appeals.

General motivational strategies include soft sell versus hard sell and personality type. Soft sell strategies have logical appeals, emotional appeals, advice and praise. Hard sell strategies have barter,

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