Thesis productivity improvement

These connections can be both positive, and have the potential to become harmful. Even if factories are aware of the alternatives, they may not be aware of the positive results that might follow from such changes. The first way is through the external support which means that the employees need to take leave from work and look for the source as for their reference to their job.

HRM policies therefore can have both direct and indirect effects on costs. Other examples of poor conditions in factories in Asia are ubiquitous and have received a great deal of attention in the popular media see Box 1. When employees are physically and emotionally fit will have the desire to work and their productivity outcomes shall be increased.

It is of little surprise that in recent years there has been a shift of focus from a singular interest in economic growth to an enlarged concern with improving the quality of work. Rewards may consist of a mix of internal rewards, such as challenging assignments, and external rewards, such as higher compensation and peer recognition Chandrasekar, Maslow formed a theory based on his definition of need that proposes that humans are motivated by multiple needs and that these needs exist in a hierarchical order.

Such an acceptance could be utilized to improve on the working conditions of employees.

case study on productivity improvement pdf

THEORY X considers individuals who dislike work and avoid it where possible, individuals who lack ambition dislike responsibility and prefer to be led, and individuals who desire security.

In fact, training and development is one of the imperatives of human resource management as it can improve productivity at individual, collegial and organizational levels.

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