Is it advisable for an organization to develop a work motivation policy that is applicable to all employees?
There is no organization that can achieve efficiency if its employees are not motivated. This is the reason companies have work motivation policies, to guide them on the best approaches to take in motivating their employees. However, my dilemma is if it is ethical to apply the same employment incentive to encourage my employees to work hard and help the organization to achieve its objectives. It is a fact that in an organization, employees have different skills and positions, and I feel that using the same motivational policy is not unethical, and this is because of the notion of self-motivation.
As a professional, it has always been my interest to learn how to motivate myself, so that I can come up with activities to self-motivate. I believe that employees of an organization should be self-motivated. They can do this by discovering how to motivate themselves. I believe that without discovering self motivation, even with the best motivational programs an organization employs, employees will not be satisfied. I, therefore, want to know whether it is ethical to use the same workplace motivational policies for all the employees of my organization.
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