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Q: Which approaches to motivation are more commonly used in the workplace? How might each approach be used to design employment policies that can sustain or increase motivation?
A: Approaches to motivation more commonly used in the work place would be insentives such as rewards, bonuses or raises. [ By giving ultimatiums to get work done and receive rewards for doing it in a timely matter and doing it thouroghly would help sustain or increase motivation. ]
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User: Which approaches to motivation are more commonly used in the workplace? How might each approach be used to design employment policies that can sustain or increase motivation?

Weegy: Approaches to motivation more commonly used in the work place would be insentives such as rewards, bonuses or raises. [ By giving ultimatiums to get work done and receive rewards for doing it in a timely matter and doing it thouroghly would help sustain or increase motivation. ]
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