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Recruiting, training and motivating staff

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Hugo Flower

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of Recruiting, training and motivating staff

Homework:
What could Mr Burns do to improve the motivation of his workers at Springfield Nuclear Power Plant? (Use rough piece of paper)

Without looking in your books/at your notes, list the key factors in good customer service Starter: Motivator factors Hygiene factors Self-actualisation Esteem needs: e.g. Status/recognition Social needs: e.g. Teamworking Safety needs: e.g. Job security Physical needs: e.g. Pay & Working Conditions Topic 1.4: Making the Start-Up Effective
23. Recruiting, Training and Motivating Staff Status
Opportunity for advancement
Gaining recognition
Responsibility
Challenging / stimulating work
Sense of personal achievement & personal growth in a job Based on an individual's need for personal growth. Actively create job satisfaction. Can motivate an individual to achieve above-average performance and effort Company policy and administration
Wages, salaries and other financial remuneration
Quality of supervision
Quality of inter-personal relations
Working conditions
Feelings of job security Based on the need for a business to avoid unpleasantness at work. Can cause dissatisfaction with work. Motivator Factors Hygiene Factors Topic 1.4: Making the Start-Up Effective
23. Recruiting, Training and Motivating Staff Self-actualisation Esteem needs: e.g. Status/recognition Social needs: e.g. Teamworking Safety needs: e.g. Job security Physical needs: e.g. Pay & Working Conditions Topic 1.4: Making the Start-Up Effective
23. Recruiting, Training and Motivating Staff Other rights Leaving Protection Discrimination Legal Issues Topic 1.4: Making the Start-Up Effective
23. Recruiting, Training and Motivating Staff Consistent Sympathetic Autonomy & responsibility Communicate Working conditions Pay Off the job On the job References Interviews Shortlist Application form/CVs Person specification Job description Job particulars Job Advert Motivating Training Selection Application The Recruitment Process Topic 1.4: Making the Start-Up Effective
23. Recruiting, Training and Motivating Staff Topic 1.4: Making the Start-Up Effective
23. Recruiting, Training and Motivating Staff By the end of the lesson you will be able to:
1. Understand the elements of motivation and recruitment
2. Evaluate the methods and reasons for keeping workers happy Application Motivating Training Selection Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Herzberg's Two Factor Theory Maslow vs Herzberg Legal Issues What would you do to motivate workers? Activity: Can you apply what you have learned to a business selling paper
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