Properly-motivated employees will step up to the challenge

A new study has shown that employees are less motivated by cash than bosses think they are, writes Gareth Naughton.

13th April, 2014
John Sexton, group sales director, System Dynamics: The employee's perspective is really important.' Picture: Feargal Ward

Getting the best out of employees can be challenging for any boss, but throwing money at people may not be the best approach to improving work quality, new research has found.

Short-term gain leads to long-term pain for bosses, when employees who feel they are being fobbed off with higher wage packets look elsewhere.

Companies that want to attract and retain the best staff need to stop thinking about money as their sole incentive, according...

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