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Motivation and productivity



Type: article
Parent page: Employee Satisfaction and Productivity
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Motivation and productivity

In this article, I will explain the relationship between productivity and motivation from the perspective of micro-organizational behavior.

Financial motivation issues

Increased monetary rewards do not necessarily result in increased productivity. The reason is that employees are less likely to approach voluntary tasks and organizational citizen behavior. In such cases, the effect of filling the gap between each person’s work will not work, and the productivity of the entire organization will decrease.

Motivation to work and mental health

Also, if there is only a financial relationship between the company and the employee, the mental composition of the employee can be compromised. It seems that there is no mental health when it comes to morbid workaholics, but moderate attachment and a sense of unity improve mental health and productivity.