Employee motivation problems? Think PURE thoughts

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Employee motivation is a problem for many organizations. The polling company Gallup estimates that a disengaged workforce costs the global economy US$8.8 trillion annually in lost production. What is going wrong? The theories on which practice is based were developed last century. Herzberg’s two-factor motivation theory; Maslow’s hierarchy of needs; equity theory; the job characteristics model…

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