The case question:
How can evaluating employee performance increase productivity and motivate employees?
Evaluations can be a supportive way to provide employee feedback on how individual achievements contribute to the overall success of the organization. This shows the employee how their actions impact the organization; personalizing their work efforts. This goes far to motivate employees to do their best.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 11:17 am ad1c9bdddf
Evaluating performance increases productivity and morale by helping to support a personal connection amongst employees and the organization's achievements. Instead of employees feeling like they one of the masses, evaluating performance helps to create a sense of ownership in what each individual is ...
This solution is about 200 words and explains the connection between performance evaluation, increased productivity and employee motivation. When employees know how they personally can impact the organization's performance, there is increased motivation to produce even more. Evaluations are a method to make employees feel like an individual; rather than one of the masses.
Assessment of the system of goal-setting, performance evaluation, and workplace rewards which impact productivity both positively and negatively and job satisfaction (as related to the selected job or department).
3. Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment
The Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment is a project which asks you to assess the current state of your workplace environment (or home if you do not work outside of your home).
Prepare an assessment of the system of goal-setting, performance evaluation, and workplace rewards which impact productivity both positively and negatively and job satisfaction (as related to the selected job or department). Be sure to address the following:
1) Using your work place, a previous work place or your home setting, identify a specific job title or department. Identify its major components, tasks, or responsibilities. Does the job currently allow any self-management or sense of choice? Does the position cultivate a sense of intrinsic motivation?
2) Briefly discuss what company-wide rewards (e.g., bonus plans and/or profit-sharing) and one-to-one rewards (e.g., praise and/or recognition) currently exist. Examine and evaluate if these rewards are effective (or are not effective) in motivating behavior for this position. Reference a motivational theory to support your position.
3) Identify how goals are used at your company with regard to the selected position. Be sure to consider what kinds of goals are set, how the goals are set, and if the goal system is effective for this position.
Address ways the job you identified could be redesigned to increase job satisfaction and productivity, improve goal-setting, performance evaluation, and workplace rewards. Be sure to address the following:
? Explore the various job redesign approaches to revise the selected position.
? Describe and give a rationale for the changes in job duties, tasks, or responsibilities of the selected position after it has been redesigned.
? Make recommendations that might improve the goal system to increase productivity and job satisfaction for this redesigned position?
? Develop an implementation plan for bringing the redesigned position into the organization. Consider factors that might impact the intrinsic or extrinsic motivation of an employee. (700 words)