Managing Motivation at Technocraft Essay

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Managing Motivation at Technocraft
Lea Darrigade
Ines Gyselinck
Mary Sagala
Benjamin Seban
Intercultural Management
BS 1
Christophoros Lambridis

I. Introduction This report talks about the working motivational problem shown by the workers in a small factory named Technocraft, located in the South East of England. It had slowed down the company’s function in producing high-quality sound recording equipment. The problem has risen to high labor turnover and difficulties in recruiting new employees. It led George Orwell Newell, the company chairman, to hire a consultant named Helen McKiernan to figure out the sources of the problems. In order to help figuring out the problem, George Orwell told Helen about his
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These higher price would then lead more profit, since the products would be produced more cause by the increase in worker’s motivation. Therefore, this idea would bring benefit to the company in the long term.
IV. Effects of the solutions
a) Do nothing
By doing nothing, the problem remains and the company may lose profits and portrays a weak image of him to his co-workers. But by doing nothing can give positives ways such as cheap in the short- term and avoiding the risks of making bigger mistakes

b) There would be no more labor turnover & difficulties in recruiting new employees.
After all, these solutions would bring more comfort to the working condition in the company. There is would less reason for worker willing resign. Moreover, it could lead to a competition for people to work there. Hence, managers or chairman need to keep a management that benefits both the workers and the company.
c) Find a new management system The good management would automatically lead to better relation among workers, which then brings a better working atmosphere to work better. If this could happen, the productivity of the company would increase. On the other side, we don’t know if the new manager will be better than the other one: nicer, understanding and skilled. If we take this risk, it will take a lot of time and costs and at the end we are sure of nothing. If the manager
d). Pay the employees working overtime.
It could drive the employees and would out