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EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT AND VALUE OF WORK DESIGN.pptx

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EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT AND VALUE OF WORK DESIGN.pptx

  1. 1. EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT AND VALUE OF WORK DESIGN Here is where your presentation begins
  2. 2. EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT is the process of allowing employees to give their opinion on decisions that affect their work. This could be done through company meetings, committees, and so on. Employees have more control over their work and workplace when they participate in decision-making.
  3. 3. MASLOW'S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS is a theory of motivation that states that five categories of human needs dictate an individual’s behavior. Those needs are physiological needs, safety needs, love, and belonging needs, esteem needs, and self-actualization needs.
  4. 4. MASLOW'S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS Maslow's theory presents his hierarchy of needs in a pyramid shape, with basic needs at the bottom of the pyramid and more high-level, intangible needs at the top. A person can only move on to addressing the higher-level needs when their basic needs are
  5. 5. MOTIVATION describes the reasons behind a person's actions. It is what motivates people to act in the way they do. It is the mechanism that starts, directs, and sustains goal- oriented behaviors.
  6. 6. EMPOWERMENT is the process of giving employees in the organization the power, authority, responsibility, resources, and freedom to take decisions and solve work-related problems. In order to take such initiatives and decisions, they are given adequate authority and
  7. 7. INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC REWARD An intrinsic reward is an intangible award of recognition, a sense of achievement, or conscious satisfaction. An extrinsic reward is an award that is tangible or physically given to you for accomplishing something. It is a tangible
  8. 8. PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL is a regular review of an employee’s job performance and contribution to a company. Also known as an annual review, performance review or evaluation, or employee appraisal, a performance appraisal evaluates an employee’s skills, achievements,
  9. 9. Companies use performance appraisals to determine which employees have contributed the most to the company’s growth, review progress, and reward high-achieving workers. PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL
  10. 10. WORK DESIGN
  11. 11. WORK DESIGN refers to the “content and organisation of one’s work tasks, activities, relationships and responsibilities”.
  12. 12. Three job design philosophies are examined in this chapter. 01. Engineering approach 02. Motivational approach 03. Sociotechnical systems methodologies
  13. 13. Three job design philosophies are examined in this chapter. 01 ENGINEERING APPROACH Typical job and work-group designs are produced by the engineering approach, which focuses on efficiency and simplification.
  14. 14. Three job design philosophies are examined in this chapter. 02 MOTIVATIONAL APPROACH A method of designing the workplace is based on ideas of motivation and aims to improve the working environment.
  15. 15. Three job design philosophies are examined in this chapter. 03 SOCIOTECHNICAL SYSTEMS METHODOLOGIES • The most recent technique of work design tries to maximize both the social and technical components of work systems. • This approach produced a well-liked type of organizational structure known as "self-managed teams," which are made up of individuals with a variety of skills performing related activities. • Members are provided the skills, information, and authority needed to manage their own task behaviors with just a minimal amount of
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