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Saturday, June 8, 2019

Recognizing individuals for their efforts and qualities

It is important that organizations go a step further and not only recognize individuals for their efforts and qualities at work, but that they incorporate those recognitions and awards to positive team performances and outcomes, by reinforcing team effort and commitment which will serve the company well, and will encourage employees to work together as a team to achieve positive results for the organization strategic goals (Robbins and Judge, 2019).
It’s great that the employers gave incentives and took care of the employees. Most companies wouldn't dream of caring for and supporting their employees. According to Robbins and Judge (2019), a research study found that “incentives may be more motivating in the short term, but in the long run nonfinancial incentives work best”, thus SAS Software Developer is doing a great job by providing a program that looks into the well-being of an employee’s physical and mental needs, this will go a long way in motivating employees, as well as keeping them emotionally and physically well which in turns helps the company reach its goals as their employees are happy and healthy. Having on site amenities to balance work and home life is important. Balancing the two can be very challenging without all the extras, such as appointments and other things. When companies design a work area that is fun for those that work there and it makes them want to do their best and work hard (Thompson, 2018).
People should want to work for more than a paycheck. Do what you love and love what you are doing goes a long way when it comes to work. Rewards and incentives only go so far, and having other types of things that benefit employee’s needs is sometimes better than just giving them things for the hard work that they do every day.
Thompson, A., Peteraf, M., Gamble, J., and Strickland, A. J. (2018). Crafting & executing strategy: The quest for competitive advantage, concepts and cases (21st ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill Education.
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Robbins, S. P. & Judge, T. A. (2019). Organizational behavior (18th ed.). New York, NY: Pearson. Retrieved from

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