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The Four Intrinsic Rewards that Drive Employee Engagement

The Four Intrinsic Rewards that Drive Employee Engagement | Business Improvement | Scoop.it
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The world of work and an employee's place within that world, have been changing rapidly in the last few years, and rewards systems that were once commonplace, are rapidly loosing their relevance and effectiveness.


Where once extrinsic rewards (financial) were prime motivators, intrinsic rewards  (psychological rewards that employees get from doing meaningful work and performing it well) are now proving to be more relevant to today's work force.


This excellent and comprehensive article, describes the reasons why intrinsic rewards are so important today, and it identifies the four intrinsic rewards available and how workers view each of them.

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Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, February 22, 2013 2:44 AM

Serious article about this key topic to the corporate success...

Michelle Andolsek, MBA, CCP's curator insight, February 27, 2013 9:49 AM

Extrinsic rewards (monetary rewards/pay) are not the only drivers of employee engagement! 

Mike Turner's curator insight, February 5, 2014 6:38 PM

Really good piece on why money is not the key to employee motivation. Well researched and useful to any good manager

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12 Vital Items to Include in a Start Here Page 

12 Vital Items to Include in a Start Here Page  | Business Improvement | Scoop.it

Most websites don’t have visitors walk through the front door. Instead of having a clear Start Here page, the site depends on search engines and social media links to bring visitors their way.

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Does your website feature a Start Here Page? If not, it may be a good time to consider whether or not your website would benefit from having one. This article suggests that a Start Here Page can assist you to better direct visitors who come to your site, and it outlines 12 items that should be considered for inclusion on such a page, if you decide to go down that track.

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