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    Shasivari, Altin
    et al.
    University of Skövde, School of Technology and Society.
    Naaman, Christian
    University of Skövde, School of Technology and Society.
    Individuella och kollektiva belöningssystem: En studie om hur de anställdas motivationsprocess formas och byggs i respektive system2013Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    It has become more and more common for companies to implement reward systems. The reason why companies start to use these systems is because of the competition that now is growing stronger and stronger, therefore it’s very important to try and raise the employee’s motivation in work. It can also make the workers more loyal to the organization and make the key individuals to stay put. The motivation can be seen as a process and discusses three different concepts. When used correctly the reward system can be a motivation for the employees to reach the goals that are set in the company. There are different types of reward systems, individual and collective. In the first one we mention, the rewards are given separately to individuals and the staff are rewarded through their achievement. The other one is given out to a group and everyone gets the same amount of the reward.

     

    We’ve used a qualitative method to try and analyze and understand how the employees are motivated by an individual and collective reward system. A case study research was used, because we wanted to get a closer look into the banks and brokers. All 8 interviews have been made in each and one of the interviewee’s offices. With help of our key terms in the theoretical framework we’ve been able to ask our questions.

    In the same chapter as the theoretical framework we have in the first piece described organizations and individuals, how they relate to each other. Rewards is the next step in this process, and begin with explaining what motives there can be to apply a reward system in a company and which behaviors it can raise. We also bring up what kind of different rewards that exists. Under the headline motivation, we’ve used two theories, expectancy and equity, also work orientation has been looked at. In the empirical data our respondents explain to us how they are motivated in their respective system and also quite precise tell us how they experience the fairness and expectancies in their systems. When we analyze our theory and the data that we have gathered, a comparison between them will be made with the help of our key terms, we will analyze what differences and similarities that emerge. This will later on lead to our conclusions. Here, we will discuss how the interviewee’s motivation is affected by an individual and collective reward system. The final conclusion proves that the motivational process in individual and collective reward systems affect the employees differently.

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    Individuella och Kollektiva Belöningssystem - En Studie om hur de Anställdas Motivationsprocess Formas och Byggs i Respektive System
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