Re Employee Commitment LO5491 -and contract
Sat, 10 Feb 1996 06:21:46 -0500

Replying to LO5422 --

Carol Sager writes:

>"Motive" or purpose for doing something is the core of
>motivation. I've seen people, different ages, stages, and
>occupations work loyally and willingly in precarious, often
>boring situations because they understand and are focused on what
>they will gain from doing the best job they can. Conversely,
>people who lack motivation often feel entitled to their jobs,
>stuck in their positions and powerless to move.... When people
>sign a job contract, they also sign a psychological contract
>(unarticlated, but there) ... There are many companies that are
>dealing with this in a variety of ways including helping managers
>and employees better understand their needs and increasing their
>awareness of options for meeting these needs.

What's the role of money--you know, pay--in all this?

Tom Stewart

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