A critical analysis of staff motivation and its outcome at local retail store: a case study of Tesco
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Section 1: Introduction and Background
1.1. Introduction of the study:
Job satisfaction, employee turnover and other different factors are very much important to the present business organisation as it has a great influence on its strategic management and consequently on the revenue. Besides from the emotional motivation, financial or economic motivation works in most of the cases in retaining the efficient and skilled workers in the organisations.
Thus this study has an aim to critically analyse and evaluate staff motivation and its outcomes at local retail stores using case studies from Tesco. It has been revealed that staff motivation is becoming an integral part of an organization to increase and improve both personal and organizational performance in the rivalry market (Fargus, 2000). For example, Lauby (2005) has mentioned that staff motivation is one of the key aspects of an organization that helps the organization to ensure greater participation and contribution of people in completing organizational tasks and activities. In similar view, it has been recognized that staff motivation is one of the most studied issues in organizational behaviour that has critical impact of organization’s culture in achieving goals and objectives (Podmoroff, 2005).
So, it can be noted that the proposed study is most relevant and appropriate to investigate and analyse key aspects of staff motivation and its different outcomes in an organization such as Tesco’s retail store.
1.2 Overview of Tesco Plc
Tesco has become world’s most popular grocery and general consumer goods market. It has created such a market which helped it to open branches in the world. The main office or the headquarters of Tesco is in UK and recently it has...