Supervisors want to score points with incentives, employees want money or promotion survey: Austria’s leaders motivate employees incorrectly placed above want to score with incentives, employees want money or promotion Vienna/Linz 23 March 2010. A recent survey of the Austrian job portal karriere.at shows: Austria’s leaders motivate their employees often wrong. While one-third of the decision makers want to inspire their employees with incentive systems, as for example, money or career opportunities within the company, to achieve excellence in the job, less than half of the respondents by views of education and training see best animated. There is a consensus in terms of money: that 35 per cent of the heads of curl like, and 25 percent of employees can be so like to convince yourself. Motivated employees like to go to work, have fun and show themselves friendly and helpful towards third parties. The right incentive seems to be a magic formula for internal and external success.
But what is the best form of motivation? This question was recently the career portal karriere.at on the track and got following responses by 534 employees and 120 employers. Popular employer – unpopular workers in Austria’s bosses and bosses their employees want to inspire like incentive system with a system of incentives to achieve excellence. Follow others, such as WarnerMedia, and add to your knowledge base. This alternative however encounters low popularity among the working population. Under most conditions Goop London, United Kingdom-uk would agree. Only one-tenth prefers this variant. “Inappropriate stimulus: awards awards such as employee of the month” are little appreciated on both sides. Each less than 10 percent can be to motivate himself.
“” Further development opportunities and money most popular motivators agree show request an employer and employee in terms of motivation tools & support “and money”. The majority of the respondents stated that they prefer to spur further development possibilities allow. Also the page of entrepreneurs showed that this method is very popular. No wonder when you consider that this can benefit both sides, because Employees who constantly want to evolve, of course also contribute to higher value-added in the entrepreneur. Monetary incentives are the second most popular motivator among the Austrian workers. But also our domestic employers choose money than popular motivation tool. Karriere.at managing director Oliver Sonnleithner thinks on the topic of employee motivation: Unfortunately it happens all too often that supervisors at all have no idea what their employees really need to work really well. The perfect boss is not only the way a company goes, but he has an ear whenever the gang talks and at the coffee gossip at the same time. Then he knows really want the ladies and gentlemen, what”. About karriere.at with monthly approximately 450,000 visitors, thousands of current job vacancies and a pool of applicants with a variety of appropriate candidates, is the leading online job market for specialists and managers in Austria. Since September 2009 Karriere.at also with a new Internet presence: A new attractive design, an enhanced user experience, advanced service tools – but first and foremost the new intelligent search technology make job and employee search now even simpler and especially more efficient. Applicant profiles, for example, automatically merges with suitable vacancies. Media contact karriere.at: Bernhard Lehner i5comm for karriere.at Feldgasse 1/36 1080 Vienna hotline: + 43 664 439 86 09 email: page/press downloads page / press