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3 ways to keep employees motivated when a promotion isn’t an option and a raise isn’t in the budget

Available Online https://www.forbes.com/sites/heidilynnekurter/2...
Publication Date February 21, 2019
Author Heidi Lynne Kurter
Source Forbes
Source Type Blog
Summary

This article outlines three ways employers can tap into employee motivation when financial incentives and/or promotions are not viable options. These include creating cross-functional roles to allow for employee development, empowering employees by offering them greater responsibility and challenging work, and providing avenues for open dialogue and participation between employees at various levels within the organization. The article concludes that employees of all ages want meaningful work, and open communication helps managers better understand what drives each employee.

Keywords Employee motivation, intrinsic motivation, empowerment, cross-functional roles, employee development, open communication, feedback
Reference

Kurter, H. L. (2019, February 21). 3 ways to keep employees motivated when a promotion isn’t an option and a raise isn’t in the budget. Forbes. Retrieved from https://www.forbes.com/

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