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Staff motivation in small food manufacturing enterprises (2): The perceptions of owners and managers

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Earlier work examined the factors that affected staff motivation and satisfaction in small food businesses, focusing on staff whose roles did not include overall responsibility for the firm. As part of this work, 38 small food processing and manufacturing companies in Scotland were recruited and data collected using interviews and questionnaires. In order to examine the topic in greater detail and to offer a more complete perspective, the owners and/or managers of the 38 firms were interviewed and the results presented here as a contrast. Results highlighted differences in perception between the owner/managers and those staff who took part in the earlier data collection.
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Keywords: Food industry; Job satisfaction; Motivation; Small firms

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 November 2000

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