Amy Joyce from Seattle Times explains what is happening in today's workplace. "There has been a shift in the workplace because of the economy and companies needing to downsize, right-size or reorganize,"(Joyce, 2003). "Those with gyms, flexible schedules and decent vacation time are coming out on top right now, because those overworked employees are happier and therefore more productive. And they'll come out on top later, when more people can be hired, because current employees won't want to run screaming from one office to the more attractive one next door."
There are many alternative solutions that can be used to increase productivity without requiring the employee to work overtime. Offering motivation for the employee to perform well is usually a sure bet. As humans, we are driven by motivation, especially if it benefits us. Offering more incentives, such as raises, bonuses, more vacation days, etc if the employee performs at a set level, will increase productivity. Another option is to offer overtime as a choice and not as a requirement. …
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