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Human Resource Motivation

Human Resource Motivation

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A study related to human resource motivation and store managers.
Nowadays, we live in a society in which changes are succeeding rapidly and in the business world, permanent provocations and changes in approaches represent a normal thing. Or, without a capable, creative, high qualified human resource, any organization might easily be thrown out of the free, competitive market or even “doomed” to disappear. Without the presence of people who know how the things work and know when and what must be done, organizations simply cannot achieve their objectives.
Due to the importance of this factor, companies make efforts into the direction of having employees who do their jobs properly. One key technique to attain this purpose is to use motivation of the human resource. Thus, the value of motivation itself is not an intrinsic one, but rather it consists in the value of the human resource. We use it (motivation) in order to obtain better results from the human component.
A study related to human resource motivation and store managers.
Nowadays, we live in a society in which changes are succeeding rapidly and in the business world, permanent provocations and changes in approaches represent a normal thing. Or, without a capable, creative, high qualified human resource, any organization might easily be thrown out of the free, competitive market or even “doomed” to disappear. Without the presence of people who know how the things work and know when and what must be done, organizations simply cannot achieve their objectives.
Due to the importance of this factor, companies make efforts into the direction of having employees who do their jobs properly. One key technique to attain this purpose is to use motivation of the human resource. Thus, the value of motivation itself is not an intrinsic one, but rather it consists in the value of the human resource. We use it (motivation) in order to obtain better results from the human component.

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Universitatea „Babeş-Bolyai” Cluj NapocaFaculatea de GeografieMasterat Administrarea Teritoriului şi Resurse Umane
 , limba engleză 
Human Resource Motivation
Case study: shop manager 
= dissertation paper =Coordinating teacher,
Şef Lucr. Tit. Dr.
Kovács Csaba Miklós
 Absolvent master,
Neagoe Adriana
 
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Table of Contents:
 page
1.
Introduction
..........................................................................................................................3
2.
Chapter I
: Human Resource Motivation..............................................................................5
2.1
Motivation Concept.........................................................................................................5
2.2
Theories and Definitions of the Human Resource motivation……................................7
2.3
Why to Motivate the Personnel? ...................................................................................18
2.4
Reward Systems Evolution............................................................................................21
3.
Chapter II
: Case Study: Shop manager..............................................................................24
3.1
General Presentation of the Company...........................................................................25
3.2
Importance given to the Human Resource Motivation within the Company................25
3.3
Shop Manager’s Role related to the Human Resource Motivation…………………...26
4.
Conclusions
.........................................................................................................................33
5.
Annex
.................................................................................................................................34
6.
Bibliography
.....................................................................................................................38
 
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1.Introduction
Some readers may wonder why I chose to write about such a subject like motivation. Ishall briefly explain my reasons in the next lines. First of all, I am personally interested in thehuman factor. For decades, studies on this domain have shown the importance of this elementwhose presence is essential in any kind of organization. Moreover, we can say that this is thestrategic element on which all the development at global level depends. Nowadays, we live in a society in which changes are succeeding rapidly and in the business world, permanent provocations and changes in approaches represent a normal thing.Or, without a capable, creative, high qualified human resource, any organization might easily be thrown out of the free, competitive market or even “doomed” to disappear. Without the presence of people who know how the things work and know when and what must be done,organizations simply cannot achieve their objectives.Due to the importance of this factor, companies make efforts into the direction of having employees who do their jobs properly. One key technique to attain this purpose is to usemotivation of the human resource. Thus, the value of motivation itself is not an intrinsic one, but rather it consists in the value of the human resource. We use it (motivation) in order toobtain better results from the human component.So, I decided to realize my research project into this field. The problem was tat I had to be very specific in my study, because such a paper as dissertation, does not allow too muchdivagation upon a chosen subject. I decided, thus, to direct my efforts into studying a Romaniancompany from the Cluj Napoca area. From this point of view, my research does not pretend to be an exhaustive one. In exchange, I tried to make it as objective as I could, to present facts inthe way I have received them and to avoid (as much as possible) to distort reality, by makingclear difference between my personal opinions and given facts. To be ore objective, I chose acompany with more than one shop in the city, to see I find a pattern related to the humanresource employed by the company and ways in which it understands to motivate this humanresource.About techniques of field work, I had to decide which one would be most reliable inorder to obtain objective results. Because the participative observation was the best way of achieving my goal, I had to decide between two kinds of instruments: the unstructured

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