The Effort-Net Return Model of Employee Motivation: Principles, Propositions, and Prescriptions


Written for human resources and training managers, this book develops a new, multifaceted model of employee motivation, the Effort-Net Return Model, and offers a sampling of over 200 prescriptions for motivating employees that can be derived from the model. The model itself is based upon four basic principles, each grounded in research and each of which has supporting propositions which determine the motivational prescriptions to be employed. Because the motivational prescriptions indicated can be easily tailored to personal value systems, the model is applicable across a broad spectrum of employee groups.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990


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