An example of applying the Expectancy Theory to employee motivation is:

 

1. An example of applying the Expectancy Theory to employee motivation is:
--Provide employees with challenging work
--Support employees' ability to achieve goals
--Give employees autonomy
--Make sure employees' highest level needs are met

2. A specific example of an internal factor that might influence an employee's behavior might be:
--The employee's attitude about following a new procedure
--The employee's team surpassing the company's sales quota for the 1st quarter
--A supervisor's feedback on the employee's attainment of a 1st quarter sales goal

3. The most fitting example of applying Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs to employee motivation is:
--Communicate frequently with employees about their role in the company
--Make sure employees not only have opportunities for contributing to the success of the company but that they feel they are paid a fair wage and have job security.
--Make sure employees feel they are treated equally

4. Which of the following are recommended strategies to influence employee motivation?
--Offer courses on career development
--Make sure employees have current technology
--Align employees' goals to the goals of the organization
--All of the above 

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