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A literature review on motivation | SpringerLink
Jump to main content. This report assesses existing research evidence on links between employee participation in organisational decision making, company performance and the quality of working life. The intention is to examine the value of different approaches to participation to employees, employers and the State. The report examines the different rationales for participation from economic, social justice and political perspectives. Through these perspectives, it identifies different approaches to the subject, with employers and neo-liberal interests broadly supporting individual and low influence approaches while employee bodies, such as trade unions and the European Union collective, favour more regulatory influences. The impact of new forms of participation, including high-involvement work systems and partnership, is also considered. Links between participation and equality at work, an element which is often overlooked in accounts of the subject, are also considered from perspectives of gender, work-life balance, age and disability.
A literature review on motivation
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