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How do employee ownership and employee empowerment help in increasing employee motivation and satisfaction?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The ways employee ownership and employee empowerment help in increasing employee motivation and satisfaction.

Introduction: Motivation is the word got from the word ’motive’ which implies needs, wants, desires or drives inside the people. It is the way toward empowering individuals to activities to achieve the objectives.

Explanation

The ways employee ownership and employee empowerment help in increasing employee motivation and satisfaction are as follows:

Empowerment implies making employees more engaged with their occupations and in the tasks of the association by expanding their interest in basic leadership and decision making aspects. With strengthening, control never again streams solely from the best level of the association descending...

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