Strategiczny charakter motywowania
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Modern organizations frequently raise the issue of motivation and motivating the workforce. In many cases, the motivation system is understood as a set of tools and instruments that managers apply to influence the behaviour of their subordinates. The article underlines the necessity of building strategic motivation systems, instead of using an ad hoc, sometimes accidental selection of instruments for stimulating workers’ motivation. A purpose-built motivation and remuneration system may attract workers to their firm, to inspire to take action when necessary, to stabilise employment and to promote permanent learning. The article provides a description of the Balance Scorecard (BSC) and exemplary HRM measures, the Work-Life Balanec programmes and polls of workers' opinions and expectations.