links between rewards and the motivation of people in organisations

With reference to theory and real world business examples, evaluate the links between rewards and the motivation of people in organisations

 

 

Essay title:

With reference to theory and real world business examples, evaluate the links between rewards and the motivation of people in organisations

Assessment Criteria:

Presentation and Style:

This includes a logical structure and coherence and the use of fluent business language, with generally accurate spelling/grammar (20%)
Conforming to Instructions: This includes addressing the purpose of the assignment and addressing the question clearly in the time available (10%)
Content and Knowledge:

This includes evidence of engagement with module topics/themes and reading from appropriate business sources, demonstrating a good knowledge base (20%)
Thinking, Analysis and Conclusion:

This includes the ability to draw logical conclusions derived from evidence/theory/examples (20%)
Methodology:

This includes the ability to identify and organise information/data effectively (10%)
Practical/Interpersonal Skills: This includes the ability to apply theory to practical situations/real world business examples (20%)

 

Guidelines:

Formal assessment conditions will apply. This is an ?essay? so it should contain a continuous flow of text, with no sub-headings, bullet points/lists, tables, etc.

Start with a brief introductory paragraph, outlining key essay themes. Then, summarise your research into theories of motivation and rewards, and the links between these. Detail specific organisational examples that illustrate how real world businesses reward/motivate employees, linking these to the theory you have already discussed. Remember to acknowledge sources of information (academic texts, theorists, organisational websites, etc.).

Finish with a short conclusion, evaluating the ability of the organisations discussed to put into practice theories of motivation. How effective are the rewards offered in terms of motivating people, and how does this link to theories discussed in your essay?
Use relevant quotes to support ideas.

 

More guidelines

-A few theorys
-Motivation theory definition
-Rewards definition,how are people motivated to work,what is the theory which is motivating them?:
-monetary
-non-monetary
-some real word examples like supermarkets like Sainsbury,Asda,Tesco,Morrisson,Mark and Spencer,Lidl.Aldi,etc. or whatever you want to use as a real word example but knew by people
-how rewards motivate people
-what are the links to motivate them
-they are different people,some motivated some not,make a discussion with a few examples and analysis
-internet
-how is motivation linked to reward?real world examples -big organisations likesainsbury,tesco,etc

-correct referencing -paraphrasing please
-Link everything to theory please
-Link to real world examples(i.e Some people are motivated by money ,some by progressing in career,etc.)
-What are the rewards and how are they motivating people
-What organisations can be used for each theory-examples
-Examples of organisations using rewards
Reward-Theory,link to real world examples.

 

Introduction

Set the scene /present a map for reader,tries to capture the readers interest and ussually starts with the title or part of it.

Body

This is the main section of the essay where you will discuss in more depth the issues raised by the question.
The structure of this section should follow that signposted in the introduction.
Each major theme or issue should be explored in a logical sequence.
Make sure:
-you adress the question
-you cover all the important points
the points you make are clear
-you avoid narrative writing
Your arguments should be supported by appropiate use of primary sources and secondary sources like books and articles by academics
They should also engage ,where appropiate,with relevant areas of debate in your field.

Conclusion
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