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Employee Intervention & Motivation Flashcards

Employee Intervention & Motivation Flashcards
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A set of alternatives to termination
During the termination process, an employee may be given a choice to receive additional training or be reassigned instead of being terminated.
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A compelling reason for termination
This step in the termination process is where the reasons for an employee's potential termination are documented. Documentation includes verbal and written warnings as well as performance reviews.
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Documentation of employee performance and behaviors
This is the first step in the termination process and is focused on documenting employee performance.
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Catalytic Intervention
This type of facilitative intervention happens when we help a person reflect on the past to come up with a solution.
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Cathartic intervention
This type of facilitative intervention happens when we get employees to share their feelings and emotions to help them become more aware.
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Supportive Intervention
This type of facilitative intervention comes about when we boost employees' egos by looking at all of their positives.
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Informative intervention
This type of authoritative intervention happens when employees are given information to lead them to a solution.
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Prescriptive intervention
This type of authoritative intervention occurs when we directly advise an employee on how to resolve a situation continuously.
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Confronting intervention
This type of authoritative intervention happens when we directly question a person's behavior in a non-aggressive way.
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Facilitative
This type of employee intervention happens when we guide employees to come up with their own solutions.
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Authoritative
This type of employee intervention occurs when we guide individuals by telling them what to do.
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Flashcard Content Overview

After reviewing this flashcard set, you will know more about authoritative and facilitative methods of employee intervention, which provide us insight into how to manage and guide employees. Examples are confronting, prescriptive, informative, supportive, and cathartic. We will look at the steps to terminate an employee, including proper documentation, offering alternatives, and completing an exit interview with a written statement. Monetary and non-monetary motivation programs and direct and indirect compensation are detailed.

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Authoritative
This type of employee intervention occurs when we guide individuals by telling them what to do.
Facilitative
This type of employee intervention happens when we guide employees to come up with their own solutions.
Confronting intervention
This type of authoritative intervention happens when we directly question a person's behavior in a non-aggressive way.
Prescriptive intervention
This type of authoritative intervention occurs when we directly advise an employee on how to resolve a situation continuously.
Informative intervention
This type of authoritative intervention happens when employees are given information to lead them to a solution.
Supportive Intervention
This type of facilitative intervention comes about when we boost employees' egos by looking at all of their positives.
Cathartic intervention
This type of facilitative intervention happens when we get employees to share their feelings and emotions to help them become more aware.
Catalytic Intervention
This type of facilitative intervention happens when we help a person reflect on the past to come up with a solution.
Documentation of employee performance and behaviors
This is the first step in the termination process and is focused on documenting employee performance.
A compelling reason for termination
This step in the termination process is where the reasons for an employee's potential termination are documented. Documentation includes verbal and written warnings as well as performance reviews.
A set of alternatives to termination
During the termination process, an employee may be given a choice to receive additional training or be reassigned instead of being terminated.
An exit interview
This is the step in the termination process where employees are interviewed to discuss their termination.
A written statement explaining the terms of the separation
When a termination, the reasons for the termination, and any severance or benefits are discussed we are in this final step on the termination process.
Monetary incentives for employees
This type of employee program uses money as a motivator.
Non-monetary employee incentives
This type of motivation program might use flexibility and professional development as motivators.
Employee recognition incentives
A form of employee motivation that involves feedback, praise, and encouragement.
Direct and indirect compensation
These are two ways we can compensate employees.
Salary
Exempt employees who are paid a set amount, regardless of how many hours it takes them to do the job, are paid in this manner.
Direct compensation
This form of compensation is completely monetary and made up of salary and wages.
Bonus
This type of compensation is something given to outstanding performers who go beyond their performance requirements.
Stock Options
This compensation is a way to give employees the option to buy and sell stock in the company.
Wages
Non-exempt employees, who are paid by the hour, are compensated in this manner.
Indirect compensation
This form of compensation doesn't come as a salary or wages, but it could include special parking spaces, telework, free food, or health insurance.

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