Integrative Framework

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Introduction Employee productivity is an important aspect of an organization. Companies must develop a good process control to keep employee productivity within the parameter desire in order for the businesses to succeed. Both individual and organizational must found common ground to keep the company alive (company must be profitable in order to exit). Employee productivity helps organization to be able achieve the profitable goal that has been set for the organization.
According to Kinicki, and Fugate (2016) “the term Organization Behavior (OB) describes an interdisciplinary field dedicated to understand and managing people at work, this includes self-management” (p. 4). During this process, it is important to determine how to apply OB to
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On the one hand, it is important for an organization to apply concepts and to use proper tools such as motivation, ability, commitment, and job satisfaction in order to keep employees to contribute with their talents. On the other hand, the organization must apply OB concepts and tools to eliminate any negative effect produced by job stressor. According to Greenaway, Thai, Haslam, and Murphy (2016), “The lean approach is designed to eliminate waste and improve efficiency, ensuring employees focus on work tasks without distractions in the form of personal belongings or decorations” (p.35). Lean approach is a very important part to increase employee productivity. Lean was designed specifically to eliminate waste. Although, this approach has been created to eliminate waste specifically in a manufacturing environment, companies can apply this approach at all levels of the organization. The ideal is to find a way to improve the process and to eliminate any waste that usually tend to stop that process. Kinicki, and Fugate (2016) stated “According to the principles of scientific management has both positive and negative consequences. Positively, employee efficiency and productivity are …show more content…
Many organizations are trying different techniques to keep turnover as low as possible. Low turnovers help to keep a more experience and knowledgeable workforce which then help to keep employee productivity high. Higher employee productivity, higher profit for the organizations which allows organization to apply “new pay-for- performance techniques” in order to keep low turnover. “Evidence of the Effectiveness of Pay for Performance both traditional and new pay techniques have largely depended on testimonial evidence and questionnaire responses for evaluation…placed a dollar value on the positive impact of pay for performance techniques” (Luthans, & Stajkovic, 1999, p. 51). Therefore, the organizations must understand how to balance each of these variances that affect the individual and the organization. Companies must find ways to maitain program that promote motivation and job satifaction on track in order to keep workforce at the desirable production level. “The effect of employee and organization behavior can benefit or detriment from employee / employer relations…The parallel measurement of happiness, satisfaction and meaning may therefore explain additional variance in organizational data such as absenteeism and performance” (Code, & Langan-Fox,

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