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In the following essay Im going to explain the type of motivation I would choose to motivate employees if I was the manager of a store I would give examples highlighting personal experiences that I had as an employee However if the motivation method that I intend to use dose not exists companies should do research to find out which types motivation methods work for each ethic groupIf I were the manager of a super market the first thing I would do to motivate my employees would be to interact with them What I mean with this is to find out which employees are doing the good work and the bad work The reason for this is that this is the first step the manager should consider before making any kind of remarks toward an employee Because some employees can get offended because they know that they are not the ones doing the bad work Once the manager founds out which employees are the bad and good the next step is to initiative the interaction To talk to each employee individual one to one to identify him which shores heshe is doing wrong and what kind of steps the employee can take to do a better job Plus the employee should be reminded of all of the benefits a person can obtain by doing a good job The benefit of interacting with the employee one to one is that you would not offend himher and embarrassed right in front of the co-workers The manager should me aware not to scream or yield at an employee because of a bad work This should be avoided at all times Avoiding screaming and yelling at an employee is a method that does not solve the problem it makes it worse Example the other days while my friend and I where working together on a job assigned by the supervisor made a mistake Some how we forgot a job
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