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Disenchantment : managing motivation and demotivation at work
Disenchantment : managing motivation and demotivation at work
Furnham, Adrian2017
Articles
The factors that lead to workplace enchantment are different from those which lead to disenchantment - while employees might not be unhappy at work, this does not mean that they are engaged and motivated. This can cause major issues for organisations, whether in relation to productivity or actively destructive employees, and critically it can have a huge impact on individuals' health and well-being. Most people start a job happy enough and determined to do a good job - if they are lucky, they have found a job which suits their skills and values. They may be eager, hopeful and willing to be engaged. So when and why do they become disenchanted and demotivated? Furnham and Treglown look at several theories into job satisfaction and workplace motivation, exploring how much of a motivator money really is, and which personality profiles are more likely to lead to a disruptive, disenchanted employee.
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London : Bloomsbury Business, 2017.
Collation:
1 volume ; 24 cm
ISBN:
9781472949721 (hbk)
Dewey class:
658.314
Language:
English
BRN:
2614199
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