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Google - Motivational Theory

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Sangjin Lee

on 19 March 2013

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Transcript of Google - Motivational Theory

"The Best Place to Work For" #1


Open-Plan office


Employee treatment via perks


Brand image Retaining & Attracting
Employees! Financial
Motivation Non-financial
Motivation Motivational Theory Start! Larry & Sergey "Googlers" get paid the most!
(Starting - $82,600 Mid-Career - $141,000)

Transportation for the employees

Charity support

Bonus 10% increase!

FREE: food, fitness center, medical appointments Non-financial Motivation Mayo & Herzberg's Theory

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Sangjin Lee & David McHardy Google Inc. How? How does Google attract/retain employees? Financial Motivation Employee's ideas are respected

Open-plan office

Laissez-Faire leadership style

"Employee of the month"

Innovation Time-off

PERKS!!!! Background Information on Google Inc. Founded on September 4, 1998 by Larry Page & Sergey Brin in California, USA


Industry: Internet, Computer software & Telecoms equipment


Served world-widely


From a word, "googol", which is the mathematical term for 1 followed by 100 zeros


Employees of over 53,000 over the world


Total revenue of $50.18 billion (facebook only has $5.1 billion) THANK YOU! Motivations "The company believes that treating
people well is more important than
making a lot of money"
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