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Annotated Bibliography and Analysis

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“The Equity Theory on job motivation, which contends that pay and conditions are not enough to motivate a workforce.” (Vogt, 2014)
The Equity Theory is deeper than just one person and it really goes as for as looking in the main point in one person environment or setting that can have an influence on motivation through balancing. This theory says that when an individual describes himself/herself to his/ or her coworkers as similar and notices that they basically are receiving the same, he/she will be more likely to be motivated. But then you have to think also that if they also look into it and compare themselves to the others they work with and the results are different unequal or "unfair,” then it is more likely that the person will loss the motivation to do what is needed to get the work done. So basically if there is fairness within all the employees for doing the work that is needed to get the job done the more likely your employee will be motivated but if not then there will be trouble because they feel robbed.
“With Maslow’s theory, an employee’s beginning emphasis on the lower order needs of physiology and security makes sense.” (Tanner, 2014)
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory is a theory that many employers use within their businesses it is important and a very easy motivational technique for upper level employees such as managers to be aware of and use within the job. An individual that is just starting their employment which is going to be their career is going to want to know everything about where they will be with this career and with physiological needs you want to know how much you will be making and if it’s enough to survive off of. What benefits are offered and how the work environment is is it safe for them. Most people want to make good money and to make sure they can…...

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