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Employee case study
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A paper which looks at a case study involving disciplinary issues and company management with regard to an individual whose performance has been deemed unsatisfactory, and suggests ways in which the issues might be resolved.
Filename: JLdiscip.rtf

Employee Compensation
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5 pages in length. Employee compensation is a significant determinant when people decide where they are going to work. In 1996 alone, the percentage of total employee compensation was at twenty-eight point one, one and a half percent higher than in 1986. Without the benefit packages offered by virtually every large company in America, employers would find it difficult to effectively compete for the skilled workforce. The writer discusses how holding a job does not merely mean collecting a paycheck anymore; rather, the overall appeal of any position in the contemporary workplace must also include an attractive compensation arrangement as added incentive. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: EmplComp.wps

Employee Development Within a Company:
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This 5 page paper uses information provided by Bettina Lankard and other career development spcialists to outline the benefits of employee development. This paper highlights the reasons why acting in both the best interest of the company and the employee is so vital. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: GSKnowle.rtf

Employee Motivation / Concepts & Theories
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30 pages in length. Too many companies believe that employee motivation rests in monetary rewards, without either realizing or acknowledging individuals' needs for recognition. Formal studies and informal surveys alike reveal that while managers often will list money as the top factor in motivating employees, the employees themselves are much more likely to list first their desire for recognition, for someone to let them know they truly have done a good job. Today's most successful companies are ones in which employees have no question of the regard in which the company's leadership holds them. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: Motivate.doc


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