Intrinsic And Extrinsic Communication

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INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC NEEDS THAT HAVE TO BE SATISFIED AT WORK Managers are continually challenged to inspire and motivate their workforce to complete the tasks set out and to help the organization achieve its goals. Therefore, they need to think about how they are going to promote or instil in the staff the desire, effort, and passion to complete a task with enthusiasm. They are going to have to figure out what drives their employees. After all, people are the most valuable and expensive asset of any company, hence, it makes sense to get the most out of the human resources available. The answer to this is having a motivated workforce. There are several advantages to having a motivated workforce, they include; higher profits for the business, a better corporate image, lower staff turnover (which reduce the costs of recruitment and dismissal), less conflicts in the workplace (which leads to a conducive working environment), a higher morale of the workforce and an increase in job satisfaction (this can lead to less absenteeism which means greater efficiency in the workplace and greater quality in the results produced.) When looking at the disadvantages brought about by having a poorly motivated or a demotivated workforce, which include; increased number of disciplinary problems (which leads to more time being wasted solving these problems rather than working to achieve the organizations goals), high rates of absenteeism poor punctuality (this leads to inefficiency and increased levels of waste), a higher labour turnover (this increases the costs of dismissal and recruitment), increased customer complaints which leads to a poor corporate image, therefore these disadvantages all lead less profits for the business at the end of the day. The managers of any business are better off motivating their employees and reaping the benefits as compared to suffering the
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