effect of compensation on employee motivation



Nadia Dirks Employee Stock Options in Germany Nadia Dirks Employee Stock Options in Germany Новинка

Nadia Dirks Employee Stock Options in Germany

Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: Companies located all around the world increasingly utilize stock options as a means of compensation for employees. Despite their widespread use it is still unknown why employee stock option plans are adopted, how their effectiveness is defined, and what influences their effectiveness. This master’s thesis reports on an exploratory study undertaken on a sample of employees of the German IT company Network Appliance GmbH intended to answer exactly these questions. The aim of this study was to explore in an in-depth, descriptive fashion, the perspectives of employees receiving stock options as part of their compensation as they are as participants in the process - best situated to provide insights into the practical implications on the use and effectiveness of employee stock options. The qualitative methodology of the study allowed for the opinions and experiences of the employees to be heard and a rich picture of their perceptions on employee stock options was attained. The qualitative content analysis revealed a number of goals, which are associated with employees’ perceptions on why employee stock options are a part of their compensation, and which factors influence these goals’ effectiveness. An exploratory model of the use and effectiveness of employee stock options has been deducted from these findings, which enables managers and researchers to obtain a better understanding of this means of compensation. Even though research on compensation structu...
Jaya Ahuja Stress and Motivation Jaya Ahuja Stress and Motivation Новинка

Jaya Ahuja Stress and Motivation

Stress is a common problem faced by employees in different industrial sectors. Various researches on BPO industry focus on employee stress. Stress may be due to long working hours, bad working conditions,disorganized work, overall organizational climate is unsuitable. Stress leads to physical and mental problems. Stress may not be negative all the time it can be positive as well. The major impact of stress can be seen on employee motivation. Keeping the motivation theories aside, one of the important parameters of motivation is stress free environment. This study focuses on different types of stress and the impact of stress on employee motivation in BPO sector. BPO sector has a lot of cases on stress due to day and night shifts, long working hours, bad working conditions and various other issues. Stress is beneficial when it is good or raises the employeeproductivity.
Shumaila Khalid The effect Of Demographic Factors on Employee Commitment Shumaila Khalid The effect Of Demographic Factors on Employee Commitment Новинка

Shumaila Khalid The effect Of Demographic Factors on Employee Commitment

This study investigated the effect of demographic factors on employee commitment by making a comparison between different groups belonging to one single demographic factor. These demographic factors were age, gender, marital status, years of service in an organization, and the level of education. Participants were 60 full time university teacher, randomly selected from four public universities, located in Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Findings of study suggest that the importance of these factors should not be ignored in retaining employee, decreasing employee turnover intention and earning employee loyalty.
Faiza Yimer The effect of the motivation of the employees on their perfmormance. The Federal Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service Faiza Yimer The effect of the motivation of the employees on their perfmormance. The Federal Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service Новинка

Faiza Yimer The effect of the motivation of the employees on their perfmormance. The Federal Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service

Master's Thesis from the year 2018 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 2, Addis Ababa University, language: English, abstract: Motivation seems to be one of the most important tools of Human Resource Management. Organizations design motivation systems to encourage employees to perform in the most effective way but also to attract potential candidates. Employee motivation is a significant psychological aspect of management. To maximize the effort and performance of employees, there should be a mechanism of motivation. This study sought to investigate the effect of employees' motivational factors on employee's performance with special reference to federal Public procurement and property disposal service. This study was conducted based on the data gathered from employees of federal public procurement and property disposal service. This study adopted explanatory research design. The target population for this study was 177 employees of federalPublic procurement and property disposal service. A census sampling was done and so the 123 employees constituted the sample size. A representative sample was drawn from this population using probabilistic sampling technique (simple random sampling) to select sample elements from the organization. The data collection tool was the questionnaires which contained closed ended Survey and face to-face interviews. Out of 123 questionnaires that have been distributed, all were usable. The mean value of...
Muhammad Saeed Critical assessment of intrinsic and extrinsic employee motivational factors in the Libyan oil and gas sector Muhammad Saeed Critical assessment of intrinsic and extrinsic employee motivational factors in the Libyan oil and gas sector Новинка

Muhammad Saeed Critical assessment of intrinsic and extrinsic employee motivational factors in the Libyan oil and gas sector

Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, University of Chester, course: MBA, language: English, abstract: This study was conducted to find aspects of motivation in the Libyan oil and gas sector. Mellitah was selected as the population of the study. Findings showed that a positive relation exists between extrinsic and intrinsic factors and employee motivation (with some exceptions). Also, the findings concluded that internal locus of control is also positively related to motivation of the employees. However, further research was recommended by the researcher to investigate other aspects of the concept. Motivation is an interesting and researched topic and so is employee motivation. It has been found by various researchers that motivated employee perform better and help achieving the organisational goal. Therefore, motivating them ultimately benefits the company. Hence, it is important for organisations to know the intrinsic and extrinsic motivational factors and their effects on their employees. Companies should also know the link between employee motivation and their locus of control.
Marek Worsch A better Employee Motivation through the Application of Public Feedback Processes Marek Worsch A better Employee Motivation through the Application of Public Feedback Processes Новинка

Marek Worsch A better Employee Motivation through the Application of Public Feedback Processes

Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The Diploma Thesis at hand considers the interdependence of employee motivation on the one and feedback and job appraisal processes in organisations on the other hand. Basically, today’s job appraisal procedures have one major disadvantage. They rarely comprise more than a subjective assessment of employee performance. This assessment is normally carried out by an employee’s superior. In this thesis, it will be argued that through the dynamics of bias and politics in organisations, the validity of job appraisal information is significantly distorted. Hereby, the effectiveness of job appraisals is affected negatively since they cannot serve as a reliable basis for personnel decisions. But more important, the distorted information is likely to result in overseeing or ignoring an individual’s achievements in the workplace. Lack of appreciation of one’s effort and, additionally, the feeling of being treated inequitably compared to co-workers may erode an employee’s motivation. However, in a world of accelerating globalisation and thus increasing competition, a motivated workforce is the key to an organisation’s success. The thesis will propose a potential solution for this dilemma - public feedback. This means that the information gained through job appraisals will not be discussed ‘one-on-one’, involving only superior and subordinate. Rather, the discussion is extended to the latter’s peers. The prerequisites for and the proceeding of this approach to emp...
Céline V. Köhler The Power of Motivational Events Céline V. Köhler The Power of Motivational Events Новинка

Céline V. Köhler The Power of Motivational Events

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: First Class Degree, , course: Eventmanagement, language: English, abstract: Employee motivation has always been a highly researched topic. Employers spend large budgets on employee motivation because a motivated workforce is said to go hand-in-hand with corporate success. Incentive Travel is one form of a motivational tool and reward. More than a normal travel experience, it is considered to be an appropriate motivational event - from the journey itself, to the various activities and excursions included employees gain motivation. Different analyses have been made investigating the appraisal of Incentive Travel from the attendees' perspective. However, little research has been made on the employers' point of view and their appraisal of its motivational power. Therefore, the aim of this dissertation is to investigate the motivational power of Incentive Travel on employee performance from the perspective of the employer. This is achieved by an in-depth evaluation of the theory behind Incentive Travel, as well as two motivational theories: 'Expectancy Theory' by Victor Vroom (1964) and 'Equity Theory' by John Adams (1963). To conjoin the theoretical part of this dissertation and to create a basis for primary research, the author has developed the 'Incentive Travel - Motivation Model'. Research for the dissertation was conducted in form of an on...
John Tropman E. The Compensation Solution. How to Develop an Employee-Driven Rewards System John Tropman E. The Compensation Solution. How to Develop an Employee-Driven Rewards System Новинка

John Tropman E. The Compensation Solution. How to Develop an Employee-Driven Rewards System

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Money isn't everything to today's employees. This book shows companies how to combine traditional compensation with the educational, emotional, and psychological benefits that will attract the best and brightest. It identifies the ten elements–including learning, advancement, emotional rewards, and quality of life–that job seekers rank highest among desired benefits. Then it shows employers how to combine them with monetary benefits to create effective, employee-driven compensation packages.
Nehemiah Kiplagat Tuitoek Impact of Safety Committees on Organizational Safety and Health Nehemiah Kiplagat Tuitoek Impact of Safety Committees on Organizational Safety and Health Новинка

Nehemiah Kiplagat Tuitoek Impact of Safety Committees on Organizational Safety and Health

This book examines the impact of Safety Committees on organizational safety and health of Listed Companies at the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE). The central theme of the book focuses on factors that affect safety and health at the workplace. The book also establishes the extent to which Safety Committees affect accident rates, man-hours lost, work injury compensation cost and employee safety awareness. Taking a descriptive and analytical approach, the chapters demonstrate how establishment of Safety Committees in some of the listed companies have an effect on safety and health through increased employee training on safety issues, reduced rate of occupational accidents, ill health and thus enhanced employee safety awareness at the workplace. It is envisaged that the issues dealt with in this book, will be invaluable reference material to Academicians, Policy Makers, Non-governmental Organizations, Board of Directors and Top Management of Organizations, Safety Committees, the Directorate of Occupational Health and Safety Services, and future researchers among others. The general reader can also find this book useful.
SHARAD D GEET, ASMITA A DESHPANDE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SHARAD D GEET, ASMITA A DESHPANDE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Новинка

SHARAD D GEET, ASMITA A DESHPANDE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

1 Framework of Human Resource Mangement 2 HR Procurement 3 Training And Development 4 Employee Appraisal And Compensation 5 Managing Employee Relations Case Studies
Swen Heidenreich The equal opportunity illusion. The effects of prejudice and power on information seeking, employee evaluation, task assignment, and estimates of employee success Swen Heidenreich The equal opportunity illusion. The effects of prejudice and power on information seeking, employee evaluation, task assignment, and estimates of employee success Новинка

Swen Heidenreich The equal opportunity illusion. The effects of prejudice and power on information seeking, employee evaluation, task assignment, and estimates of employee success

Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: This study tested the effects of individual variables (prejudice level) and situational factors (power instructions) on information seeking strategies, employee evaluation, estimation of likely success, and task assignment in an employer – employee, ethnicity relevant experimental design, with subjects always assigned the role of employer and an ostensibly other person (a same gender black individual depicted in a photograph) assigned the role of employee. Subjects (N=60) were categorized into groups that varied on power (exclusive or inclusive leadership instruction) and prejudice (quartile split of MRS scores). Participants were asked to select a subset of questions and tasks from various lists for the ostensibly other subject to answer. Participants at a later point in the experiment rated selected questions and tasks. At the end of the experiment the participants were asked to give a final employee evaluation and estimation of likely success for a future project. Next to the attempt of replicating generally accepted and expected interrelations of power and prejudice with certain attention (information – seeking) strategies and the use of stereotypes and their effect on evaluation and estimation, one of the main focuses of this study is on the effects of the above variables on behavior (final task assignment). Consistent with predictions participants with a low prejudice level assigned more valued tasks, focused more on strength of the employee and ...
Marshall Goldsmith The Employee Experience Advantage. How to Win the War for Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces they Want, the Tools they Need, and a Culture They Can Celebrate Marshall Goldsmith The Employee Experience Advantage. How to Win the War for Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces they Want, the Tools they Need, and a Culture They Can Celebrate Новинка

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Research Shows Organizations That Focus on Employee Experience Far Outperform Those That Don't Recently a new type of organization has emerged, one that focuses on employee experiences as a way to drive innovation, increase customer satisfaction, find and hire the best people, make work more engaging, and improve overall performance. The Employee Experience Advantage is the first book of its kind to tackle this emerging topic that is becoming the #1 priority for business leaders around the world. Although everyone talks about employee experience nobody has really been able to explain concretely what it is and how to go about designing for it…until now. How can organizations truly create a place where employees want to show up to work versus need to show up to work? For decades the business world has focused on measuring employee engagement meanwhile global engagement scores remain at an all time low despite all the surveys and institutes that been springing up tackle this problem. Clearly something is not working. Employee engagement has become the short-term adrenaline shot that organizations turn to when they need to increase their engagement scores. Instead, we have to focus on designing employee experiences which is the long term organizational design that leads to engaged employees. This is the only long-term solution. Organizations have been stuck focusing on the cause instead of the effect. The cause is employee experience; the effect is an engaged workforce. Backed by an extensive research project that looked at over 150 studies and articles, featured extensive interviews with over 150 executives, and analyzed over 250 global organizations, this book clearly breaks down the three environments that make up every single employee experience at every organization around the world and how to design for them. These are the cultural, technological, and physical environments. This book explores the attributes that organizations need to focus on in each one of these environments to create COOL spaces, ACE technology, and a CELEBRATED culture. Featuring exclusive case studies, unique frameworks, and never before seen research, The Employee Experience Advantage guides readers on a journey of creating a place where people actually want to show up to work. Readers will learn: The trends shaping employee experience How to evaluate their own employee experience using the Employee Experience Score What the world's leading organizations are doing around employee experience How to design for technology, culture, and physical spaces The role people analytics place in employee experience Frameworks for how to actually create employee experiences The role of the gig economy The future of employee experience Nine types of organizations that focus on employee experience And much more! There is no question that engaged employees perform better, aspire higher, and achieve more, but you can't create employee engagement without designing employee experiences first. It's time to rethink your strategy and implement a real-world framework that focuses on how to create an organization where people want to show up to work. The Employee Experience Advantage shows you how to do just that.
Lennart Reinhold Job Motivation and Culture. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Germany and the United States Lennart Reinhold Job Motivation and Culture. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Germany and the United States Новинка

Lennart Reinhold Job Motivation and Culture. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Germany and the United States

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: B, Heilbronn University, language: English, abstract: Thesis paper about the cultural differences in motivating and managing human resources between the German and United States workforce and managers.Outstanding leadership performance of today's very culturally diversified workforce is, if not the, one of the most important challenges for organizations. One very important aspect of leadership is the ability to motivate; this is a much needed skill in order to allow co-workers and subordinates to use their full potential. Motivation is an essential part of any profession, not only for the employer or leader but also for the employee. This paper researches the differences in job-motivation that exist across cultures, particularly the cultural differences between Germany and the United States and presents a comparative analysis of these two cultures. Not every cultural difference seems directly linked to job-motivation, but on a deeper level many inconspicuous differences do affect motivation after all. The aim of this work is to find the discrepancies and similarities of values, beliefs and attitudes in the workplace and to come to an explanation of these influences and to conclude the implications they have. In pursuance of demonstrating the implications of culture on motivation, understanding of the concepts behind motivation and culture is absolutely necessary. Ther...
Kelala Meriem The Effect of the Teachers. Body Language in the Classroom. The Case of Second Year EFL Learners Kelala Meriem The Effect of the Teachers. Body Language in the Classroom. The Case of Second Year EFL Learners Новинка

Kelala Meriem The Effect of the Teachers. Body Language in the Classroom. The Case of Second Year EFL Learners

Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject English - Miscellaneous, , course: Applied Linguistic, language: English, abstract: The present study is an attempt to shed the light on the effect of teachers' positive body language on EFL learners' motivation. The study examines to what extent teachers' positive body language can (1) reduce learners' boredom and create positive and active energy in the classroom (2) increase learners' motivation (3) it is a further attempt to determine the major traits of the effective teaching based on the use of positive body language. It takes the form of correlation research since it deals with the effect of teachers' positive body language on EFL learners' motivation. Teachers need to know that the way the teacher presents the lesson with different positive body language messages is definitely affected learners' motivation. So, in order to gain a deeper understanding of the effect of teachers' positive body language on EFL teaching and learning, the data is collected by using observation, and questionnaire. The chosen population for this study has been selected from the second year learners of Ahmed Zaid Middle School of Biskra. Therefore, the two available classes have been selected as representative sample for this research, where the teachers' body language observed differently. Thus, the researcher has observed learners' attitudes during six weeks to examine their affection to the pos...
Rustamov Rustam B., Samadova Nargiz E. Motivation Factors Impact In Management - Review And Approach Rustamov Rustam B., Samadova Nargiz E. Motivation Factors Impact In Management - Review And Approach Новинка

Rustamov Rustam B., Samadova Nargiz E. Motivation Factors Impact In Management - Review And Approach

This book dedicated to the studies of motivation factors in organisation management process. It has been included in the content of the book review of literature in the related area, analyse and conclusions of implemented investigations in organisation employee motivation. There are approaches how to measure motivation, its factor definition, evaluation. Review of the literature leading on theoretical bases integrated into the practical applications of outcomes conducted researches. In the meantime, authors of the book presents own options of motivation factors segmentation with suggestion a new approach of problem solution. It has been stated diversity of application of other specified details of management required to be considered in organisation motivation issue. Those aspects at first sight do not directly related to the option of the motivation but significantly affecting to the whole process of the study. The book entitled "Motivation Factors Impact in Management - Review and Approach" can be useful for readers who involved for management processes and researches supporting business development.
Adeola Ajayi Motivation and Job Satisfaction in Oyo State Civil Service Adeola Ajayi Motivation and Job Satisfaction in Oyo State Civil Service Новинка

Adeola Ajayi Motivation and Job Satisfaction in Oyo State Civil Service

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2012 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, Obafemi Awolowo University, language: English, abstract: The book examined motivation and Job satisfaction in Oyo State Service.It also appraised the existing motivating packages for workers in the state and Investigated the effect of Staff motivation on job performance in the state.Simple random sampling method was adopted.The book concluded that employees should be well motivated by provision of amenities like wages and salaries,bonuses and other entitlement which should be paid to enhance their standard of living
Tijana Gonja Motivation during the financial crisis Tijana Gonja Motivation during the financial crisis Новинка

Tijana Gonja Motivation during the financial crisis

Document from the year 2011 in the subject Psychology - Work, Business, Organisational and Economic Psychology, grade: 1, University of Vienna, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this thesis is to address the impact of the financial crisis of 2008 on changes in motivation, and job characteristics proposed in the Job Characteristics Model. The thesis summarizes the most important motivation theories in great detail.The sample consisted of 272 subjects from different industries. Regressions and multinominal logistic regression were used to analyze the hypotheses of the study. This study has provided only partial support for the applicability of the JCM during economic crisis. Whereas dealing with others, task identity and autonomy predicted the levels of internal work motivation significantly; the other job characteristics did not lead to significant results. Other than expected GNS did not moderate the relationship between the job characteristics and motivation, however, interestingly it had a mediating role between autonomy/dealing with others and motivation. Procedural constrains did not have an effect on motivation. The results generally support the Job Characteristics Model's predictions that task variety and worker autonomy are positively associated with labor productivity. The quality of products and services on the other hand, was only associated with task variety.
Nathaniel J. Williams Orientation / On Boarding of Human Services Direct Service Personnel Nathaniel J. Williams Orientation / On Boarding of Human Services Direct Service Personnel Новинка

Nathaniel J. Williams Orientation / On Boarding of Human Services Direct Service Personnel

Organizational behavior is a field that extracts its contents from various social sciences. Universities utilize organizational behavior text's interdisciplinary approach to educate business professionals about behaviors occurring within organizations and the organizational behavior and social science relationship indicating an association between the two. The purpose of this study is to determine what effective means of orientation are and on boarding of front line human services professionals to organizations and their roles and its potential impact on retention. The desired orientation and on boarding mechanisms that were required; optional mechanism; and the effect solely optional orientation and on boarding mechanisms would have on employee retention. This was done qualitatively, and the results indicate that money and benefits were extremely important and that optional mechanisms increased employee retention rates.
Ibrahimi Behije, Aziri Brikend Human Recourses - Achievements and the Challenges at the Etc Ibrahimi Behije, Aziri Brikend Human Recourses - Achievements and the Challenges at the Etc Новинка

Ibrahimi Behije, Aziri Brikend Human Recourses - Achievements and the Challenges at the Etc

In this book I last used contemporary literature, referring to authors and proved successful in the field of human resources, of particular importance is the motivation of human resources, attaining and challenges in the workplace.Motivating employees is one of the key challenges faced by managers of modern organizations-business. This is logical considering the character of motivation and practical difficulties for its measurement and qualification.ETC as one of the most distinguished business in the Republic of Kosovo permanently pays Particular importance to the motivation of its employees as a resource for the implementation of strategic importance of business efficiency. The primary goal of this dissertation is to provide a proper processing of the theory on the motivation of employees, as well as the studying of the employee motivation at ETC in Republic of Kosovo. Key words: motivation, behaviour in the workplace, financial rewards, nonfinancial rewards at ETC Kosovo.
Nadine Pahl, Anne Richter, Axel Hinze Options for Variable Compensation Nadine Pahl, Anne Richter, Axel Hinze Options for Variable Compensation Новинка

Nadine Pahl, Anne Richter, Axel Hinze Options for Variable Compensation

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2007 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 1,3, University of Applied Sciences Berlin, course: Human Resource Management, language: English, abstract: To meet business challenges today and tomorrow, companies must maximise the potential of their workforce while increasing efficiency. In a highly competitive business environment, companies can differentiate themselves through their employees. Employees understanding the business carry out operations, mitigate risk, and build strong brands. Today, there is much more concentration and focus on the strategic outcomes of human resource activity than ever before. The area of compensation is no exception. Compensation can be used to recruit and retain qualified employees, to increase or maintain morale / satisfaction, reward and encourage peak performance, achieve internal and external equity, reduce turnover and encourage company loyalty.As a result, pay-for-performance systems using variable pay components are becoming more and more popular to reward for exceptional job performance. There is far more interest in more closely linking the reward mechanisms to the achievement of corporate objectives. Performance pay as one component in the total employee compensation can be assessed based on individual or team contribution, on business unit results or a corporate profit or share price. It can be rewarded through traditional salary adjustments but also throu...
John Davis H. Statistics for Compensation. A Practical Guide to Compensation Analysis John Davis H. Statistics for Compensation. A Practical Guide to Compensation Analysis Новинка

John Davis H. Statistics for Compensation. A Practical Guide to Compensation Analysis

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An insightful, hands-on focus on the statistical methods used by compensation and human resources professionals in their everyday work Across various industries, compensation professionals work to organize and analyze aspects of employment that deal with elements of pay, such as deciding base salary, bonus, and commission provided by an employer to its employees for work performed. Acknowledging the numerous quantitative analyses of data that are a part of this everyday work, Statistics for Compensation provides a comprehensive guide to the key statistical tools and techniques needed to perform those analyses and to help organizations make fully informed compensation decisions. This self-contained book is the first of its kind to explore the use of various quantitative methods—from basic notions about percents to multiple linear regression—that are used in the management, design, and implementation of powerful compensation strategies. Drawing upon his extensive experience as a consultant, practitioner, and teacher of both statistics and compensation, the author focuses on the usefulness of the techniques and their immediate application to everyday compensation work, thoroughly explaining major areas such as: Frequency distributions and histograms Measures of location and variability Model building Linear models Exponential curve models Maturity curve models Power models Market models and salary survey analysis Linear and exponential integrated market models Job pricing market models Throughout the book, rigorous definitions and step-by-step procedures clearly explain and demonstrate how to apply the presented statistical techniques. Each chapter concludes with a set of exercises, and various case studies showcase the topic's real-world relevance. The book also features an extensive glossary of key statistical terms and an appendix with technical details. Data for the examples and practice problems are available in the book and on a related FTP site. Statistics for Compensation is an excellent reference for compensation professionals, human resources professionals, and other practitioners responsible for any aspect of base pay, incentive pay, sales compensation, and executive compensation in their organizations. It can also serve as a supplement for compensation courses at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels.
Missouri Bureau of Labor Statistics Workmen.s Compensation And Employee. Liability Problem Missouri Bureau of Labor Statistics Workmen.s Compensation And Employee. Liability Problem Новинка

Missouri Bureau of Labor Statistics Workmen.s Compensation And Employee. Liability Problem

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания, созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.
Gary Giroux Executive Compensation. Accounting and Economic Issues Gary Giroux Executive Compensation. Accounting and Economic Issues Новинка

Gary Giroux Executive Compensation. Accounting and Economic Issues

The chief executive officer (CEO) of a corporation and his or her executive team are responsible for the management of the business and its continued operating and financial success. The CEO and executive team are almost always highly compensated and the relative total compensation has mushroomed over time. Most of the compensation now is designed to be performance-based, but leading to charges that executives have incentives to manipulate corporate earnings and stock price in the short-term for their own self interests. The compensation at some companies became so egregious that compensation again became a major public policy issue subject to federal regulation. Executive Compensation focuses on the major topics related to executive compensation-present, past, and future. First, is understanding what executive compensation is, including composition and objectives of pay contracts. Second, how do specific compensation agreements affect corporate behavior and performance? Third, what are the major components, including how and what are accounted for and disclosed? How is compensation, especially executive compensation, accounted for-that is, what are the calculations and journal entries required? Fourth, what does historical analysis tell us about the topic, especially how contractual decisions have been made and what has worked. Finally, what is in store for the future-both expected compensation agreements and what the compensation incentives suggest for future corporate deci...
Nicolas Turenne Knowledge Needs and Information Extraction. Towards an Artificial Consciousness Nicolas Turenne Knowledge Needs and Information Extraction. Towards an Artificial Consciousness Новинка

Nicolas Turenne Knowledge Needs and Information Extraction. Towards an Artificial Consciousness

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This book presents a theory of consciousness which is unique and sustainable in nature, based on physiological and cognitive-linguistic principles controlled by a number of socio-psycho-economic factors. In order to anchor this theory, which draws upon various disciplines, the author presents a number of different theories, all of which have been abundantly studied by scientists from both a theoretical and experimental standpoint, including models of social organization, ego theories, theories of the motivational system in psychology, theories of the motivational system in neurosciences, language modeling and computational modeling of motivation. The theory presented in this book is based on the hypothesis that an individual’s main activities are developed by self-motivation, managed as an informational need. This is described in chapters covering self-motivation on a day-to-day basis, the notion of need, the hypothesis and control of cognitive self-motivation and a model of self-motivation which associates language and physiology. The subject of knowledge extraction is also covered, including the impact of self-motivation on written information, non-transversal and transversal text-mining techniques and the fields of interest of text mining. Contents: 1. Consciousness: an Ancient and Current Topic of Study. 2. Self-motivation on a Daily Basis. 3. The Notion of Need. 4. The Models of Social Organization. 5. Self Theories. 6. Theories of Motivation in Psychology. 7. Theories of Motivation in Neurosciences. 8. Language Modeling. 9. Computational Modeling of Motivation. 10. Hypothesis and Control of Cognitive Self-Motivation. 11. A Model of Self-Motivation which Associates Language and Physiology. 12. Impact of Self-Motivation on Written Information. 13. Non-Transversal Text Mining Techniques. 14. Transversal Text Mining Techniques. 15. Fields of Interest for Text Mining. About the Authors Nicolas Turenne is a researcher at INRA in the Science and Society team at the University of Paris-Est Marne la Vallée in France. He specializes in knowledge extraction from texts with theoretical research into relational and stochastic models. His research topics also concern the sociology of uses, food and environmental sciences, and bioinformatics.
Kofan Lee Impacts of Family Styles and Adventure Program on Intrinsic Motivation Kofan Lee Impacts of Family Styles and Adventure Program on Intrinsic Motivation Новинка

Kofan Lee Impacts of Family Styles and Adventure Program on Intrinsic Motivation

The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of family styles and adventure program participation on an individual's change in intrinsic motivation. Previous family style studies (Rathunde, 1996; 2001) have indicated that an individual's family style affects his subjective perceptions and behaviors in different social situations. This study examined whether different family styles resulted in different levels of intrinsic motivation in regard to adventure program participants. In addition, adventure programs, which consist of adventurous activities and structured programs, satisfy the needs of competence, autonomy and relatedness, which are known to promote intrinsic motivation (Ryan & Deci, 2002; Witt & Caldwell, 2005). Therefore, this study is based on the hypothesis that participating in an adventure program may change an individual's level of intrinsic motivation.
Jean Sifleet D. Beyond 401(k)s for Small Business Owners. A Practical Guide to Incentive, Deferred Compensation, and Retirement Plans Jean Sifleet D. Beyond 401(k)s for Small Business Owners. A Practical Guide to Incentive, Deferred Compensation, and Retirement Plans Новинка

Jean Sifleet D. Beyond 401(k)s for Small Business Owners. A Practical Guide to Incentive, Deferred Compensation, and Retirement Plans

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The ultimate reference on compensation for small business owners Beyond 401(k)s for Small Business Owners presents strategies for reducing taxes, planning for your retirement, and rewarding high-performing employees. Expert advice from attorney and CPA Jean Sifleet will help small business owners maximize their own rewards and create an environment in which employees know that their hard work will mean a better future for themselves. In clear, simple language this book helps you figure out what kind of plan you can afford, what your employees want, and what to do. Important tax and insurance issues are covered in detail and step-by-step guidance lets you design a compensation strategy that works for both you and your employees. Case studies, sample plans, and helpful references make this book your one-stop source for complete coverage of alternatives, from cash bonus programs to employee stock option plans (ESOPs) and everything in between. With Beyond 401(k)s for Small Business Owners you'll have all the tools you need to: * Maximize owner benefits, reduce taxes, and enhance your retirement income * Use creative compensation to motivate your employees * Understand qualified and nonqualified plans * Address the unique issues of family businesses * Get the best deal on insurance and benefits for your company * Avoid expensive pitfalls * Measure your progress and keep your plan on track
Kemi Ogunyemi Teaching Ethics Across the Management Curriculum. A Handbook for International Faculty Kemi Ogunyemi Teaching Ethics Across the Management Curriculum. A Handbook for International Faculty Новинка

Kemi Ogunyemi Teaching Ethics Across the Management Curriculum. A Handbook for International Faculty

The chief executive officer (CEO) of a corporation and his or her executive team are responsible for the management of the business and its continued operating and financial success. The CEO and executive team are almost always highly compensated and the relative total compensation has mushroomed over time. Most of the compensation now is designed to be performance-based, but leading to charges that executives have incentives to manipulate corporate earnings and stock price in the short-term for their own self interests. The compensation at some companies became so egregious that compensation again became a major public policy issue subject to federal regulation. Executive Compensation focuses on the major topics related to executive compensation-present, past, and future. First, is understanding what executive compensation is, including composition and objectives of pay contracts. Second, how do specific compensation agreements affect corporate behavior and performance? Third, what are the major components, including how and what are accounted for and disclosed? How is compensation, especially executive compensation, accounted for-that is, what are the calculations and journal entries required? Fourth, what does historical analysis tell us about the topic, especially how contractual decisions have been made and what has worked. Finally, what is in store for the future-both expected compensation agreements and what the compensation incentives suggest for future corporate deci...
Joseph Quick Remarks on the rating of gas and water works, and on the principles of compensation involved in Joseph Quick Remarks on the rating of gas and water works, and on the principles of compensation involved in Новинка

Joseph Quick Remarks on the rating of gas and water works, and on the principles of compensation involved in

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания (издательство "E. & F.N. Spon", 1880 год), созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.Remarks on the rating of gas and water works, and on the principles of compensation involved in.
Giovanni Peri ECONOMICS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, THE Giovanni Peri ECONOMICS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, THE Новинка

Giovanni Peri ECONOMICS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, THE

The Economics of International Migration is a collection of the fundamental articles written by Giovanni Peri on the economic determinants and consequences of international migration. These papers have provided the theoretical framework and empirical analysis for a rethinking of the economics of migration, going beyond the Canonical model of labor demand and supply used until the 1990s. Beginning with a simple model that recognizes the differences between immigrants and natives as workers, the articles develop the analysis of complementarity, specialization and productivity effect of immigrants in developed economies. The book then presents a series of papers analyzing and testing the economic motivation for international migration. Finally, the focus is shifted to the effect of immigration policies and their consequences on immigration and the economy.
Stewart Reifler The Compensation Committee Handbook Stewart Reifler The Compensation Committee Handbook Новинка

Stewart Reifler The Compensation Committee Handbook

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New and updated information on the laws and regulations affecting executive compensation Now in a thoroughly updated Fourth Edition, The Compensation Committee Handbook provides a comprehensive review of the complex issues challenging compensation committees that face revised executive compensation disclosure regulations issued by the SEC, as well as GAAP and IFRS rulings and trends. This new and updated edition addresses a full range of functional issues facing compensation committees, including organizing, planning, and best practices tips. Looks at the latest regulations impacting executive compensation, including new regulations issued by the SEC, as well as GAAP and IFRS rulings and trends Covers the selection and training of compensation committee members Explores how to make compensation committees a performance driver for a company Guides documentation requirements and timing issues The Compensation Committee Handbook, Fourth Edition will help all compensation committee members and interested professionals succeed in melding highly complex technical information and concepts with both corporate governance principles and sound business judgment.
Rebekka Schliep Indicators for refugees. effective language learning. An exploratory study Rebekka Schliep Indicators for refugees. effective language learning. An exploratory study Новинка

Rebekka Schliep Indicators for refugees. effective language learning. An exploratory study

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Communications - Intercultural Communication, grade: 1,0, Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH, language: English, abstract: A number of companies in Bremen, Germany, have opened positions for internships and vocational training to refugees and are currently in need of a guideline for employee selection. To this end, this study explored indicators of refugees' potential language learning effectiveness by carrying out semi-structured interviews with six experts who teach the German language to refugees. Analysis of the interviews followed the thematic analysis procedure described by Braun and Clarke (2006). The results highlighted three steps that could be used as a guideline for personnel selection. First, teachers and other persons who have a realistic impression of the respective learner's traits regarding intrinsic characteristics, surrounding conditions, and consequent motivation should recommend potential employees. In a second step, recruiters should take into consideration possible biases on part of the respective recommendation giver. In a last step, the role of autonomy as put forward by Ryan and Deci (2000; 2008) needs to be considered, as it can have major impact on the type of motivation of the respective learner and potential employee.
Fufa Bekele The Effect of Rewards on Employee Motivation Fufa Bekele The Effect of Rewards on Employee Motivation Новинка

Fufa Bekele The Effect of Rewards on Employee Motivation

Human resources can make organizations gain a competitive advantage. Employees are the pillars of organizations' success and therefore they must be motivated so that they can contribute to the success of an organization.Employees join organizations with certain values and expectations. If their values and expectations are met, they put forth high levels of effort to achieve organizational goals, and are expected to remain with the organization for long period of time. On the other hand, if there are substantial gaps between what employees want from their jobs and what they get, they are not motivated, and the final result will be high levels of staff turnover or attempts by staff to find other ways to fulfill their expectations. This work, therefore, examines the role played by different reward components in the process of motivating employees by quantitatively testing the independent variables (rewards) and dependent variable (motivation). The analysis should be especially useful to professionals in human resource fields or anyone else who are considering further research in the area.
Eyup Yasar Kurum Motivation and Foreign Language Achievement Eyup Yasar Kurum Motivation and Foreign Language Achievement Новинка

Eyup Yasar Kurum Motivation and Foreign Language Achievement

Do more motivated students become better English learners? Are there different types of motivation? If so, which types of motivation work better for a more successful learning of English? In this book, the answers to such questions are sought through a study conducted in a military setting at the Turkish Military Academy. The findings of any study on motivation could be quite intricate; so are the findings of the present study.
DR PARVEEN PRASAD PRASAD, SEKHAR SESHAN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT THE HUMAN FACE DR PARVEEN PRASAD PRASAD, SEKHAR SESHAN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT THE HUMAN FACE Новинка

DR PARVEEN PRASAD PRASAD, SEKHAR SESHAN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT THE HUMAN FACE

1 Evolution Of Human Resource Management 2 Recruitment 3 Selection 4 Job Analysis 5 Equality And Diversity In The Workplace 6 Learning And Development 7 Performance Management And Appraisal 8 Compensation Establishing Pay Plans 9 Talented Management 10 Law And Hrm 11 Collective Bargaining 12 Employee Relations 13 Employee Health And Safety 14 Ethics 15 International Human Resource Management 16 Human Resource Information Management
Muhammad Naeem Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Motivation and the Effects of those Types on Employees Muhammad Naeem Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Motivation and the Effects of those Types on Employees Новинка

Muhammad Naeem Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Motivation and the Effects of those Types on Employees

Master's Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: A, University of Sunderland (MBA), course: MBA HRM, language: English, abstract: The general aim of this research is to examine the differing effects of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in the company PEL, Punjab, Pakistan. The findings can be used by the company in order to enhance the extent of motivation at their workplace. Both primary and secondary data will be used while looking at the various elements of the two types of motivation, and the differing effects they have on employees. Furthermore, the positive and negative sides of the two types of motivation will be discussed in the literature review.In order to gather primary data, sets of questions have been outlined and answers have been collected from the employees at the firm. The questions revolve around different elements of motivation, and hence allow that the effectiveness of both the methods is thoroughly examined. The main conclusion is that it is not one of the two types of motivation that gives fruitful results, nor is there a combination of the two that works universally.
Yadav Shashidhar, Nanher A.H. Nutrient Management in Mungbean Yadav Shashidhar, Nanher A.H. Nutrient Management in Mungbean Новинка

Yadav Shashidhar, Nanher A.H. Nutrient Management in Mungbean

To Study The Effect Of Different Nutrient Combination And Sources On Mungbean (Vigna Radiata L. Wilczek) In Sandy Loam Soil At Crop Research Centre Of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University Of Agriculture And Technology, Meerut (U.P.), During Kharif Season Of 2012. To Study The Effect Of Nutrient Management Practices And Their Sources On Growth, Yield Attributes And Yield Of Mungbean .To Investigate The Effect Of Vermicompost In Association With Chemical Fertilizer On Mungbean. To Study The Economic Gain And Nutrient Uptake By Different Combinations Of Nutrients Sources.
Moyer David Superintendent and Teacher Perceptions of Performance-Based Pay Moyer David Superintendent and Teacher Perceptions of Performance-Based Pay Новинка

Moyer David Superintendent and Teacher Perceptions of Performance-Based Pay

The current policy push in America is an intense focus on teacher effectiveness. Often, legislators and business leaders assume that merit pay in education is a means to improve teacher performance despite the fact that it has never worked and is debunked by the research. In his book Superintendent and Teacher Perceptions of Performance Based Pay, Dr. Moyer examines the concepts of knowledge and skills and group performance based pay from the perspective of Illinois school superintendents and teacher association presidents to determine the extent to which these compensation systems might be a viable alternative to the single salary schedule. The book traces the history of teacher compensation, examines the role teacher motivation plays, includes lessons from districts that were early implementers, provides a detailed analysis of the research, and yields several surprising insights, including the finding that superintendents and association presidents actually agree on several major concepts that could make moving to alternative compensation systems much more feasible than might be assumed.
Meike Bruch Motivation of equestrian tourists to travel to a horse-based event Meike Bruch Motivation of equestrian tourists to travel to a horse-based event Новинка

Meike Bruch Motivation of equestrian tourists to travel to a horse-based event

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Tourism, grade: 2,6, Heidelberg International Business Academy, language: English, abstract: Despite the fact that horse-based tourism is popular as a high-impact recreational activity, this research field has received little attention. Although motivation theories have been related to jobs and tourism in general, little is known about the target groups of equestrian tourists. The purpose of this study is to investigate, how the Landsmót affect the motivation of the German Icelandic Horse community regarding their decision to travel to Iceland. Special focus was put on their individual motivation to visit the Landsmót and the resulting impact on their final travel decision.To identify correlations between tourist motivation and destination choice, the study is based on a cross-sectional explanatory research purpose, using a mixed-model research method which consists of a survey and an archival research.Responses from 222 German Icelandic Horse community members were used in order to answer the research questions. The results illustrate, regardless of gender, that equestrian tourists of the German Icelandic Horse community were mostly motivated by entertainment and aesthetic needs, rather than escape or self-esteem. However, comparisons based on the colonial cup race study by Daniels and Norman (2005) show significant differences in the motivation need of group affiliation. No direct correlation exists between the travel motiva...
Adil Ishag Motivation and Attitudes of Sudanese Students towards Learning English and German Adil Ishag Motivation and Attitudes of Sudanese Students towards Learning English and German Новинка

Adil Ishag Motivation and Attitudes of Sudanese Students towards Learning English and German

Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2016 in the subject Psychology - Learning Psychology, Intelligence Research, grade: Magna Cum Laude, University of Leipzig, course: Psycholinguistik, language: English, abstract: Motivation and attitudes are considered as hypothetical psychological constructs in explaining both the process and outcome of second/foreign language learning. The taxonomy and categorization of second/foreign language motivation into integrative and instrumental motivation has long been established and dominated L2 motivation research in different educational contexts. According to Lambert (1972), Integrative motivation reflects an interest in learning another language because of a sincere and personal interest in the people and culture represented by the other language group. Instrumental motivation on the other hand, refers to the pragmatic and functional orientations in learning a foreign language. Gardner (1985) claimed that integrative motivation is the most important and predictable factor of excelling in a second language than the instrumental motivation. Nevertheless, this assumption that stresses the importance of integrative motivation over the instrumental one in predicting the level of success in learning a second language, has rather been challenged, and a set of controversial findings have been reported.This study sought to compare and investigate the motivational and attitudinal orientations of Sudanese undergraduate students towards learn...
Sakthi K. Siva, Rani a. Selva Knowledge Sharing, Job Attitude and Ocb Sakthi K. Siva, Rani a. Selva Knowledge Sharing, Job Attitude and Ocb Новинка

Sakthi K. Siva, Rani a. Selva Knowledge Sharing, Job Attitude and Ocb

This book was carried out to ensure about how employee sharing the knowledge, how interaction between group and analyze behavior of employee in an organization. It focuses about the attitude of the employee, knowledge sharing, and citizenship behavior of employee. This study helps to create framework of controlling knowledge process and attitude of employee and behavior changes of employee in an organization. This book contain number of information table, summary, useful diagrams. It provides an in-depth exposition of the three concepts: Knowledge sharing, Job attitude and organizational citizenship behavior. This study will help to organization to enhance them employee and employer relationship.
Robin Ferracone A. Fair Pay, Fair Play. Aligning Executive Performance and Pay Robin Ferracone A. Fair Pay, Fair Play. Aligning Executive Performance and Pay Новинка

Robin Ferracone A. Fair Pay, Fair Play. Aligning Executive Performance and Pay

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A timely look at how to evaluate and determine executive pay Recognized as the leading expert on executive compensation, Robin Ferracone combines her own 20 years of experience with interviews with executives and compensation committees to provide a clear examination of and guidance on determining pay packages, actions, and designs. and Over the past 25 years, the author has created a database of executive pay across 44,000 companies, broken down by company performance, company revenue and industry. Using this data, the author provides boards and individuals evaluating executive pay with the ability to analytically determine an appropriate compensation package. Provides real-life stories, perspectives, and insights from thought leaders on executive compensation Contains interview with compensation committee members, executives, academicians, government leaders, and shareholder activists Research based on 44,000 companies broken down by performance, revenue and industry Offers a timely resource on a hot button topic.
Ezra Schneier, Austin Muzumdar Total Rewards Communication Handbook, Version 5 Ezra Schneier, Austin Muzumdar Total Rewards Communication Handbook, Version 5 Новинка

Ezra Schneier, Austin Muzumdar Total Rewards Communication Handbook, Version 5

Total Rewards Communication. A step-by-step guide to communicating the full value of employment to improve employee engagement and retention. A handbook to help employers effectively communicate compensation, benefits and total rewards. An easy to follow guide for implementing, managing and improving Total Rewards Communication to achieve success.
Michael W. Lowenstein Employee Ambassadorship. Optimizing Customer-Centric Behavior from the Inside-Out and Outside-In Michael W. Lowenstein Employee Ambassadorship. Optimizing Customer-Centric Behavior from the Inside-Out and Outside-In Новинка

Michael W. Lowenstein Employee Ambassadorship. Optimizing Customer-Centric Behavior from the Inside-Out and Outside-In

There have been a number of professional and academic studies, in multiple industries, linking employee attitudes and behaviors with the value customers perceive in their experiences. Through targeted research, and resultant training, communication, process, and reward and recognition programs, what we define as ambassadorship formalizes the direction in which employee engagement has been trending toward for years. Simply, the trend is optimizing employee commitment to the organization and its goals, to the company's unique value proposition, and to the customer. This is employee ambassadorship, a state beyond satisfaction and engagement where all employees are focused on, and tasked with, delivering customer value as part of their job description, irrespective of location, function or level. There is growing general agreement that both developing employee ambassadors and customer advocates should receive high priority and emphasis if an enterprise is going to be successful. What building ambassadorship does mandate, however, is that having employees focus on the customer will definitely drive more positive experiences and stronger loyalty behavior (for both stakeholder groups). Because antecedent approaches to employee engagement (through research and application) are principally about productivity and alignment, and offer an organization only modest insight about level or degree of customer-centricity, more connection between employee behavior and customer behavior buil...
David C. McClelland The Achieving Society David C. McClelland The Achieving Society Новинка

David C. McClelland The Achieving Society

2010 Reprint of 1961 edition. David C. McClelland (1917- 1998) was an American psychological theorist. Noted for his work on achievement motivation. David McClelland is most noted for describing three types of motivational need, which he identified in his 1961 book, The Achieving Society: 1. achievement motivation, 2. authority/power motivation, 3. affiliation motivation. His now classic book provides a factual basis for evaluating economic, historical, and sociological theories that explain the rise and fall of civilizations.
Zarei Abbas Ali, Elekaei Atefeh Learner Autonomy and Language Learning Strategies Zarei Abbas Ali, Elekaei Atefeh Learner Autonomy and Language Learning Strategies Новинка

Zarei Abbas Ali, Elekaei Atefeh Learner Autonomy and Language Learning Strategies

Learner autonomy is a shift from teacher-centered learning to learner-centered learning. This shift has some implications for learning activities and learning strategies. At the same time, a wide variety of factors may affect both learner autonomy and language learning strategies. This book focuses on motivation and attitude. It is an investigation into the relationship between these two factors and learner autonomy as well as the effect of motivation and attitude level on the choice of language learning strategies. Apart from a theoretical review, empirical analyses are done and the results are presented in both tabular and graphical forms along with the implications they may have for teachers, learners, and other stake-holders.
Johnathan Mun Valuing Employee Stock Options Johnathan Mun Valuing Employee Stock Options Новинка

Johnathan Mun Valuing Employee Stock Options

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A comprehensive guide to understanding the implications and applications of valuing employee stock options in light of the new FAS 123 requirements Due to the new requirements of the Proposed Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (FAS 123) released by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)-namely the fact that employee services received in exchange for equity instruments be recognized in financial statements-companies are now scrambling to learn how to value and expense employee stock options (ESOs). Based on author Dr. Johnathan Mun's consulting and advisory work with the FASB consulting projects with several Fortune 500 firms, Valuing Employee Stock Options provides readers with a comprehensive look at this complex issue. Filled with valuable information on binomial lattice and closed-form modeling techniques, Valuing Employee Stock Options can help financial professionals make informed decisions when attempting to ascertain the fair-market value of ESOs under the new requirements. Johnathan Mun, PhD, MBA, MS, CFC, FRM (San Francisco, CA), is Vice President of Analytical Services at Decisioneering, Inc., the makers of Crystal Ball analytical software. He is also the author of Applied Risk Analysis (0-471-47885-7), Real Options Analysis (0-471-25696-X), and Real Options Analysis Course (0-471-43001-3), all of which are published by Wiley.
William Christensen, Raymond B. Miller Motivational Influences on Cognitive Load William Christensen, Raymond B. Miller Motivational Influences on Cognitive Load Новинка

William Christensen, Raymond B. Miller Motivational Influences on Cognitive Load

The authors examined whether an extraneous cognitive load condition adversely affected participants’ performance, self-efficacy, and anxiety related to learning about Pearson's correlation. The authors provide a review of the existing literature on cognitive load and numerous motivational constructs to establish a foundation for research examining how extraneous cognitive load condition can possibly affect learners' self-efficacy and anxiety. This study yielded a mixture of significant and non- significant findings regarding the effect of extraneous cognitive load upon motivation and performance.The study results suggested two things. First, the correlation instruction improved participants’ self-efficacy. Second, that there were confounds such as processing time and content domain that may have affected the results. This suggests that extraneous cognitive load conditions can still adversely impact motivation and performance, but further research is needed to examine these issues.
Неустановленный автор Hidden Cost of Control. A Priming Approach Неустановленный автор Hidden Cost of Control. A Priming Approach Новинка

Неустановленный автор Hidden Cost of Control. A Priming Approach

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2016 im Fachbereich BWL - Unternehmensforschung, Operations Research, Note: 5.75, Universität Zürich, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: We argue in this paper that priming has an effect on hidden costs of control in a principal-agent relation by influencing the crowding out or crowding in of the agent's non-monetary motivation. This means we expect that the higher or lower intrinsic motivation through the priming has an effect on agents effort compared to the control group. Moreover, we expect higher hidden cost of control in the negative priming treatment, respectively lower in the positive priming treatment since we expect our priming to affect the control aversion of our agents. If we assume that that people already have a control aversion without priming as shown by Falk and Kosfeld (2006) or by Schmelz and Ziegelmeyer (2015), we expect the increase in the hidden costs of control in the negative priming treatment to be larger than the decrease in the positive priming treatment, because we expect higher consistency of our priming text with their initial beliefs.Our paper offers a contribution to the literature on incomplete contracts and builds on the results of Falk and Kosfeld (2006), Ziegelmeyer et al. (2012) and Schmelz and Ziegelmeyer (2015) to investigate the robustness of hidden cost of control to design variation. We extend their research by analyzing how intrinsic motivation and control aversion can be influenced by the use of priming.Furt...
Yi Ren The Impact of The Tax Provision on Pay for Performance Yi Ren The Impact of The Tax Provision on Pay for Performance Новинка

Yi Ren The Impact of The Tax Provision on Pay for Performance

Given recent public rage over executive pay, especially over large salaries for executives at companies that have received bailout money, President Obama's administration is working on tougher restrictions on executive compensation. His main principles, consistent with the objectives of Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m), were meant to curb excessive executive compensation and ensure that pay reflects corporate performance. This study provides a retrospective evaluation of the 1993 regulatory intervention on corporate pay decisions, and extends the analysis of the effectiveness of the Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m) on long-term performance. The findings of this paper offer some insights into the economic effects consequent to government legislation and provide suggestions and insights valuable to those persons engaged in current policy intervention attempts.
Gary Elliott The prevalence of, and motivation for, mass building supplement use among teenage males Gary Elliott The prevalence of, and motivation for, mass building supplement use among teenage males Новинка

Gary Elliott The prevalence of, and motivation for, mass building supplement use among teenage males

Master's Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Psychology - Personality Psychology, Atlantic International University, language: English, abstract: The main objective of this study was to gather information from South African teenagers as to the prevalence of, and motivation for, the use of mass building supplements. In addition to gathering information pertaining to the frequency of use, the favoured brand of supplement and the type of supplements used by teenagers; the study also focused on attempting to identify an 'at risk' age for the commencement of supplement use. The motivation for the use of mass building supplements was integral in the formulation of the hypothesis; that body dissatisfaction was the primary motivation more than increased sporting prowess for the use of supplements.Gathering of quantitative data took the form of a structured questionnaire comprising three distinct sections. The first section gathered demographic information on age, grade, race and sporting involvement. The second section focused attention on body image questions and contained three components. In the first component the respondents were asked to rate their level of 'body satisfaction' using a Likert-type scale for various aspects of their physique. The second component focused on their 'thoughts' about their body and the last component focused on the level of 'appearance importance' of the respondents. This section of the questionnaire utilized ...
Jin Yuan Wu The Impacts of ESOP Satisfaction Jin Yuan Wu The Impacts of ESOP Satisfaction Новинка

Jin Yuan Wu The Impacts of ESOP Satisfaction

How to attract and retain the employees is an important issue for the companies. Among many present systems of welfare, the ESOP has been introduced gradually by many companies in Taiwan, but the issues about the ESOP were much less research by academics. Therefore, this study tries to examine the impacts of ESOP satisfaction on organizational commitment and turnover intention. Besides, this study also examines whether the expectation of stock price has a moderating effect or not on the relationship between ESOP satisfaction and organizational commitment, and turnover intention.The subjects and this study are firms which implement the ESOP. The empirical data are collected by using questionnaire survey and are analyzed by regression method.After literature review and empirical analysis this study examined the results, and brings up the following suggestions: 1. Focused on the employee's identification of the ESOP subsidies and the stock-owned forms. 2. Pay much attention to the employee's acceptance of ESOP implementation in related measures. 3. Increasing the employee identification with the enterprise's development in the future
Sidra Hareem Zulfiqar Motivation of Women Workforce in Pakistan Sidra Hareem Zulfiqar Motivation of Women Workforce in Pakistan Новинка

Sidra Hareem Zulfiqar Motivation of Women Workforce in Pakistan

Employees' relationship with their work has attracted the psychologists and management scholars for the long time. A satisfied workforce results in productive on-job performance which is vital for the success of any organization. This study is carried out on the banking sector of the economy. The banking sector provides employment to masses of human resource in Pakistan. In Pakistan, women have great number of responsibilities to fulfil. A working woman is expected to perform the duties of an employee in the office and the duties of mother, sister, daughter and wife at home. Therefore, many roles are associated with a single woman at the same time. Women need high morale and spirit in order to perform the variety of roles associated with them in an efficient manner. This research work deals with the motivational requirements of women at work.
Eun K. Um Motivation and Mathematics Achievement Eun K. Um Motivation and Mathematics Achievement Новинка

Eun K. Um Motivation and Mathematics Achievement

In recent years, there has been much interest regarding motivation and its effect on achievement patterns. When students enjoy learning, they are more likely to show interest, value, and effort toward achievement, perform well, and persist in school (e.g., Vallerand et al., 1989). The purpose of the study is to develop and test a model, based on Self-Determination Theory (SDT). The model incorporates the assumption that intrinsic motivation positively affects math performance, whereas external regulation negatively affects math performance. It is assumed that math self-concept affects math performance both directly and indirectly through the mediating variable of intrinsic motivation. Finally, autonomy support can affect math performance both directly and indirectly through the mediator of math self-concept. Consistent with the predictions of SDT, when teachers support autonomy of students in the classroom, they provide a classroom climate that fosters math achievement. As teachers try to support students' competencies, they are more likely to foster students' self-perceptions of competence, which, in turn, promotes math achievement.
Rudolph Marmara A study on motivational theories and motivational factors for the job performance Rudolph Marmara A study on motivational theories and motivational factors for the job performance Новинка

Rudolph Marmara A study on motivational theories and motivational factors for the job performance

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: A, , language: English, abstract: Motivation is an important research area for academics and practice area for managers. Various theories, approaches and concepts were developed to describe different forms of motivation. Today it is widely accepted that motivation is very important for managers since it is a way that leads to better work performance. This study investigates and ranks in order of importance the motivational factors that enhance motivation in the Maltese Courts of Justice (MCOJ). Moreover, it evaluates the impact of motivation on its employees' work performance. Both qualitative and quantitative techniques were used to collect and analyse information for this research. The data was collected from a sample of 30 employees and another sample of the MCOJ Managers. Later the responses are analysed with different methods and presented in different formats. This study compares the findings with literature and provides areas for discussions. The result is that MCOJ employees are motivated by different factors but the most influential are trust, recognition/ praise and interpersonal relationships. The impact of motivation on job performance is presented from two different perspectives: the management and the employees. These results are compared to each other where differences in opinion are revealed. At the end of the paper, the conclusion sums up all the find...
James Allen As A Man Thinketh James Allen As A Man Thinketh Новинка

James Allen As A Man Thinketh

An Unabridged Edition To Include: Thought and Character - Effect of Thought on Circumstances - Effect of Thought on Health and the Body - Thought and Purpose - The Thought-Factor in Achievement - Visions and Ideals - Serenity
Lana Gilman The Damn Artefacts Lana Gilman The Damn Artefacts Новинка

Lana Gilman The Damn Artefacts

Ted Spencer on finishing the school of magic starts to work as an employee at the Department of Magic in the British Museum. Putting Meryl the Magician’s last will into effect, he and his girlfriend Alice Fortescue set off through the Time Portal into the past, to look for the magic artefacts. The first page of the Magic Book delegates them to the 14th century Scotland.
Shahid Durez The Impact of Capacity Development, Employee Empowerment and Promotion on Employee Retention Shahid Durez The Impact of Capacity Development, Employee Empowerment and Promotion on Employee Retention Новинка

Shahid Durez The Impact of Capacity Development, Employee Empowerment and Promotion on Employee Retention

Master's Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: A, , language: English, abstract: Employee retention is one the core problems of the modern era. As firms are facing difficulties to retain their best employees in current time, employees also have the best option for them to utilize their talent in different organizations. So in this environment firms have to spend a lot on employees to retain them. If one employee leaves the organization then it can become very difficult for the organization to immediate fulfill that position. The irm has to hire the new employee after fulfilling all the procedure i.e hiring, recruiting etc. Training is also necessary for newly hired employees to became an active part of the organization and sometimes after doing lot of effort the firm does not even succeed to get the competent employees so therefore employee retention remains one of the biggest challenge for any organization to retain its best employees for the longer period. In this case the firm has to increase the salaries of employees and other benefits from time to time, promotion and other incentive to retain its employees. Training and development for capacity building is also key figure to increase employee retention. So employee retention problems exist in the business industry. Apart from the government sector, in private sector employee retention is an even more serious problem as government sector employees are not easi...
NOVA TRIANA TARIGAN Income Tax Issues Arising from Cross Border Employee Stock Options NOVA TRIANA TARIGAN Income Tax Issues Arising from Cross Border Employee Stock Options Новинка

NOVA TRIANA TARIGAN Income Tax Issues Arising from Cross Border Employee Stock Options

Tax Burden!Deterioration of the tax compliance!Tax Deferral Advantegeous! Most wanted global compensation form! These are main issues when started the research for the book. The book is based on the Adv LLM paper by the author submitted in fulfillment of requirements of the Adv LLM in International Tax Law Degree at the International Tax Center Leiden (Leiden University) with supervision of Dr Pasquale Pistone The book brings about an increased awareness of fiscal importance in setting up an employess stock options plans. Explaining briefly the tax considerations of every type of stock option plans including timing of taxation that varies across countries and various characterization of it under each domestic laws of countries have specific tax regulations for it and those do not have such tax regulations. The research concludes that possible solutions for the problem of international double taxation may be done through clarifying the commentaries on article 15, 13(4) and artcile 23 of OECD Model tax Convention as it has been done by the working party of cross border employee stock option plans.
Sreenivasa Reddy Palacharla, Jamuna Duvvuru Sports Psychology Sreenivasa Reddy Palacharla, Jamuna Duvvuru Sports Psychology Новинка

Sreenivasa Reddy Palacharla, Jamuna Duvvuru Sports Psychology

Sport psychology, an interdisciplinary science draws on knowledge from many cognate fields like for eg., biomechanics, physiology, kinesiology and psychology. Sport psychology focuses on certain mental factors which affect performance motivation to participate in sports exercise with an outcome to ensure mental and physical well-being. In view of constantly growing volume of research in the area of sport psychology, this book will provide an understanding of opportunities and motivation towards sports, games. This book focuses on aptitude towards sports and games motivation, and Opportunities as related to performance in sports among high school students. It has become a thrust area for professional sport psychologists and researchers working on athletes mental fitness. The knowledge covered in these pages will prove indispensable to anyone who is privileged to provide a professional service to athletes.
Wolfgang Hofmann Reactive Power Compensation. A Practical Guide Wolfgang Hofmann Reactive Power Compensation. A Practical Guide Новинка

Wolfgang Hofmann Reactive Power Compensation. A Practical Guide

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The comprehensive resource on reactive power compensation, presenting the design, application and operation of reactive power equipment and installations The area of reactive power compensation is gaining increasing importance worldwide. If suitably designed, it is capable of improving voltage quality significantly, meaning that losses in equipment and power systems are reduced, the permissible loading of equipment can be increased, and the over-all stability of system operation improved. Ultimately, energy use and CO2 emisson are reduced. This unique guide discusses the effects of reactive power on generation, transmission and distribution, and looks at the compensation of existing installations in detail. It outlines methods for determination of reactive power and answers the questions that arise when controlling it, for example, at parallel operation with generators. There is also a chapter devoted to installation, maintenance and disturbances. Key features include: A concise overview as well as deep specific knowledge on the segment power factor regulation and network quality Theory of reactive power compensation coupled with typical application examples such as car manufacturing, metal rolling and chemical works Chapter summaries with charts explaining how to put the theory into practice Coverage on the cost-saving aspects of this technology, including the efficient use of energy and the reduction of CO2 A practical guide for electrical engineers and technicians in utilities, this is also essential reading for maintenance engineers, designers, electrical contractors, manufacturing companies, and researchers, also those in industry and planning agencies. Insightful and clear, the book will also appeal to senior undergraduate and graduate electrical engineering students and professors.

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