Work Ethic: Most Employees Want to Work




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David, U.S.A.

Work Ethic: Most Employees Want to Work

I believe that most employees want to work. There will always be a small percentage that will go against the grain. The problem is we fail each other. This happens by taking a motivated employee and not meeting his needs to do his job successfully. Examples: no parts to fix machine, no stock to run machine, no training.
 
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Eddie, Scotland
 

Untrained Managers May Lean Towards Theory X

I agree with you David. However, we also need to consider that a manager may have difficulty accessing the training required for staff members and may not be supported in his/her role. As a result the manager may be inexperienced and act in a "theory X way".

   

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