Organizational Behavior in Tesco Plc

Tesco Plc looks upon the employee’s benefit as its goals &amp. objectives. Tesco implements the induction programme for the employees before entering into their assigned job. Later, training &amp. development is also imparted for the betterment of the employees. Many benefits like stock option, life assurance scheme, a discount of the theme park, etc, are given to the employees so that they get motivated towards their goal of improving performance for the organisation. Tesco not only look upon their aim to achieve the sales target but they also look upon the employees because they believe that their employees are their main assets.
Performance = Ability x Motivation i.e. when an employee’s capability and motivation is blended, the employer gets the best performance of the employee. The barriers of work motivation are, firstly it depends on the features of the job that lessens the likelihood which can satisfy the person’s need. Secondly, at a state where motivations are aroused but goals are blocked. Some of the responses of motivation are the adaptive behaviour, i.e. by removing the situation where goal blocking occurs and non-adaptive behaviour, i.e. shutting out the realisation that goal attainment is blocked.
According to Maslow’s need for hierarchy, it is stated that a worker basically works for physiological needs or the basic needs i.e. food, shelter &amp. clothing. After fulfilment of the physiological needs, worker craves to fulfil the security or safety needs. Similarly, after fulfilling he longs to fulfil the affiliation, esteem &amp. self- actualisation needs. It shows that the worker gets motivated after getting the rewards, incentive etc. In the case of McClelland’s Theory of learned needs, a human gets motivated through three dominant needs. Those are first, need for achievement, which implies that those with a low need for achievement choose a very easy task so that there is a less chance of failure. On the other hand, those who choose a difficult&nbsp.task, feel that they are challenging but within reach like entrepreneurs.&nbsp.