Companies can motivate employees to do a better job with incentives such as increased pay or improved working conditions. Motivational theories suggest ways to encourage employees to work harder.
Which of the following describes the mood of staff?
How is a worker on commission paid?
According to how much time is worked
According to the level of output
According to how many items are sold
What does it mean if a worker is paid piece rates?
Their pay is based on how much time they've worked
Their pay is based on how much output is made
Their pay is based on how many items are sold
If a worker is paid by the hour what does their take-home pay depend on?
How much time they have worked
How much output they have made
How many items they have sold
A worker earns £8 an hour and usually works 8 hour shifts four days a week. What is their typical gross weekly wage?
Which of the following is an example of a fringe benefit?
A company car
What is switching staff between different tasks to reduce monotony called?
What does Taylorism claim workers are motivated by?
Being given authority
Enjoying their work
What can affect staff motivation?
Both managers and work environment
How many levels are there in Maslow's hierarchy of needs?