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ATTRACTING AND MOTIVATING EMPLOYEES DURING CHANGES IN ORGANIZATION. THE ROLE OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

Author: Emanoil Muscalu; Florian Ciocan
Edition/Format: Downloadable article Downloadable article : English
Publication:journal of defense resources management, v7 n2 (20161001): 153-158
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the success or failure of an organization is intrinsically linked to how managers
treat their employees. the role of motivation is not just to make people work, but
to make them work well, causing managers to use in full physical and intellectual
resources. where there is motivation, there is productivity and performance, and
people are happy. in other words, everyone wins. motivation and retention are  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Emanoil Muscalu; Florian Ciocan
ISSN:2068-9403
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 7180400358
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Abstract:

the success or failure of an organization is intrinsically linked to how managers
treat their employees. the role of motivation is not just to make people work, but
to make them work well, causing managers to use in full physical and intellectual
resources. where there is motivation, there is productivity and performance, and
people are happy. in other words, everyone wins. motivation and retention are
crucial in the success of not only at the organization level, but also at the level of
any department, project or plan and, arguably, are one of the most important areas
of responsibility of a manager.

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