Theories Of Motivation In Nestle

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Motivation refers to the process by which a person’s efforts are energized, directed, and sustained towards attaining a goal. This definition contains three main elements which are energy, direction and persistence. Firstly, energy element is a measure of intensity or drive as how much does the motivated person tried. For direction, it states that the employees` effort that directed toward, and consistent with, target organizational goals of their company. Finally, motivation includes a persistence dimension which persist them in putting effort to achieve the goals. Next, there are four types of important theories of motivation which includes Maslow`s H Hierarchy of Needs Theory, McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y, Herzberg’s Two- Factor Theory and McClelland’s Three-Needs Theory. These theories represent the foundation from which contemporary theories grew and still are used by practising managers to explain employee motivation. Motivation is an internal feeling which can be understood by manager because he is only one always close contact with the employees.” Motivation is…show more content…
is a Swiss multinational food and beverage company headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. The founder of Nestlé is Henri Nestlé who is a trained pharmacist. Nestlé began in Malaysia in 1912 and the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company was built in Penang after move to Kuala Lumpur in 1939. Today, Nestle Malaysia is the biggest halal producer in the Nestlé world and the Halal Centre of Excellence for the Nestlé Group. It employs more than 5000 people and has a range of over 500 products, with locally made leading household brand names, such as MILO, MAGGI and KIT-KAT. Being a nutritional company, Nestlé recognises that a delighted and well-rounded employee’s able to provide Nestlé a great work and also believe that the concept of motivation toward the employees is effective and efficient. This is to ensure that Nestlé to become a trusted household names and enjoy for the
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