Involving employees in meeting corporate objectives
A Taylor Woodrow case study

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The management theorist Frederick Herzberg has shown that real motivation has to come from within an individual. Committed employees are people who feel that they have a shared purpose with their employer, and this comes about when they take ownership of their own development and performance targets, and when they feel that they are being judged fairly against a set of clearly determined performance ratings. Taylor Woodrow is committed to a total process of Human Resource Development based on Development and Performance Reviews. As a result, its employees are working towards a shared set of objectives, and are able to monitor their contribution to creating a successful organisation.

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