Recommendations for Concepts and Organizational Behavior

Bertha Lewis
Concepts in Organizational Behavior
For a working culture to work well I have decided that these three elements must be present:
  Group Mentoring:
        Organization development:
        Employee Recognition Programs:
      Normally in an employee recognition program higher pay is     at the top of the list. If your organization doesn’t have a     strong pay relationship between pay and performance a non-monetaryrecognition     program would be of little value. Now if your organization     pays market rate then this would be an incentive because of     the extra money and normally their morale increases. A recognition     program can be inexpensive but requires it to be fair and have     high visibility and consistency. Fairness means not to favor     one employee over anotherand there must be an effective way     to identify the employee that has recognition coming to them.     Keeping a list of high performers is one way of keeping up with     those that deserve recognition. When it comes to a programs     visibility consistency ensures the implementations are     executed. The organization must have a plan to actively solicit     nominees. A good thing to do would be give out equal rewards     and let employees know that they can be eligible for a larger     reward at the end of the year. Whichever way you chose to execute     recognition keep it simple and fair.
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