Job satisfaction is a key driver to corporate success. It is clear that at Perfect Pizzeria employees are dissatisfied with their work environment. In order to overcome job dissatisfaction, one might influence employee motivation by applying the expectancy theory - the theory of motivation that suggests employees are more likely to be motivated when they perceive their efforts will result in successful performance and ultimately, desired rewards and outcomes (McShane and Travaglione 2007, p146).
CONTENTS PERFECT PIZZERIA 2 1. INTRODUCTION 2 2. THE BACKGROUND AND THE SITUATION OF THE CASE 2 3. CASE 6A-PERFECT PIZZERIA 3 4. HOW TO LINK THE CASE WITH PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS IN ORGANIZATIONS 8 5. CONCLUSION 9 6. REFERENCES 10 PERFECT PIZZERIA 1. INTRODUCTION Perfect Pizzeria of South Ville, Illinois, is a franchise of a large chain which is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. Although the business is successful, it is experiencing employee and managerial problems.
Perfect Pizzeria: The Not So Perfect Case Study At Perfect Pizzeria in Southville, Illinois, the working culture is by far not perfect! It is an environment that lacks company dedication, effective management, and individual motivation. Although the company is the second-largest franchise of its chain and is flourishing, it appears that the rewards are not beneficial to the employees but only to the company. The current system is such that each franchise is equipped with a manager who works under
success. In this case study, it is clear that Perfect Pizzeria employees are very dissatisfied with their work environment. The future of this company is at risk, and with the proper motivation influenced by leadership, it could be determined that employees are more likely to be motivated. If the employees perceive that their efforts will result in rewards and positive outcomes, Perfect Pizzeria will increase employee morale, profit and growth. The employee’s of Perfect Pizzeria have become de-motivated
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