In a management seminar taught by one of the authors
In a management seminar taught by one of the authors to supervisors in a large shipyard, one supervisor commented: “We have very little opportunity to ‘motivate’ employees. All monetary factors—starting pay, yearly merit increases, and bonuses based on the yard’s profits—are controlled by upper management, with no input from supervisors. We don’t have anything to motivate with.” Do you agree or disagree with this supervisor? Why?
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