The main motivator for ALL employees revealed

The main motivator for ALL employees revealed

Do male and female employees really have different motivational triggers in the workplace?

A recent survey carried out by employee engagement platform Peakon, found that across both genders, people are not satisfied with their workload, the financial rewards they receive, and the recognition given for the work they do.

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Comments (1)

  • Rex
    Rex
    Sat, 19 Nov 2016 3:25am GMT
    Why shouldn't men and women have differing priorities at work? Why should employers try to eliminate differences? Male and female animals are not the same, they are designed by nature to be different and those differences are meant to compliment the other. Trying to homogenise your workforce and make them gender neutral effectively is decreasing the diversity in your company or organisation. And the rest of the world outside your company walls is not going to be receiving the same treatment, so eliminating this factor will only make your company more out of touch with how people actually are in the outside world. Far better that you have fair representatives of the make-up of the local population working for you, than going to efforts to satisfy some perceived gender inequality which will only be to the detriment of your company, and waste time and money that could be better spent elsewhere.

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