31) Motivation theories do not work well in U.S. organizations : 1400245
31) Motivation theories do not work well in U.S. organizations because of the emphasis Americans place on individualism and achievement.
32) Job sharing improves production by allowing people to fit their jobs better into their lifestyles.
33) An advantage of telecommuting is that companies do not necessarily have to be located near their workforce.
34) Telecommuting satisfies the needs of employees to interact socially.
35) Today's workplaces provide a wide range of scheduling options and benefits that allow employees more flexibility at work and allow them to better balance or integrate their work and personal lives.
36) Professionals are best motivated by extra pay and promotion within the organization.
37) Open-book management programs motivate by giving employees a greater sense of ownership in the company.
38) Pay-for-performance programs pay employees for their time rather than for their output.