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Synonyms for rewarding

Synonyms for rewarding

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providing personal satisfaction

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So how do you know what rewards your employees will find rewarding? Ask them!
Lastly, human resource needs to ensure that the reward system is rewarding behaviors of the team which are consistent with the goals of the organization (Tosi & Tosi, 1986).
Patient satisfaction improved significantly by aligning incentives and rewarding positive results.
Once you have addressed the environment and any underlying pathology, and have started rewarding residents for their strengths, the team must work together to further reduce excessive attention seeking.
For over thirty years, researchers in social psychology have argued that rewarding people for doing activities produces detrimental effects.
Meanwhile, private firms in the United States have been able to achieve steady gains in productivity because the discipline of competition has forced them to adopt systems for measuring and rewarding productivity.
That is, our finding that rewarding performance on activities of low initial interest increases measures of intrinsic motivation suggests that rewards may be used without detrimental effects under conditions where they are most important (i.e., when people have little initial interest in the activity).
All it requires is the application of the method most often used to overcome conflicts at a personal level: rewarding good behavior instead of punishing bad behavior A good example of this is the dramatic reduction in the use of corporal punishment in schools.
Even the color green, which seemed difficult for them to learn, took just a few rewarding experiences.
Most trainers condition animals by using positive reinforcement, rewarding an animal for doing something correctly, says animal behaviorist Bailey.
Teachers who praise and attend to students when they are on-task will find those students spending less time staring out the window or doodling in their notebooks.[22] If the teacher abruptly stops rewarding on-task behavior, the rate of window staring and doodling win return to its previous level.[23] To conclude from this that teachers should not reward behavior is ridiculous.
He discusses the fundamentals of reward management, definitions and elements of reward systems, strategic reward, motivation, engagement, performance, financial and non-financial rewards, and total rewards; base pay aspects (market pricing, job evaluation, grade and pay structures, and equal pay); and rewarding and recognizing performance and merit through merit pay, bonuses, team pay, and recognition schemes, and rewarding for business performance.