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Money motivates people more than any other factor in the workplace.

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Started: 11/22/2016 Category: Economics
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Debating Period
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Hi! Admittedly, the level of salary plays a vital role in job satisfaction. Consequently, the best way to boost the productivity of workers is to motivate them by cash bonuses.


Hi I will be arguing that money does not motivate more people then any other factor in the workplace.
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Money has always been the aim of working people. Yes, some could argue that getting pleasure from work itself should satisfy a person; however, whether a person loves their work very much or whether a person has great relationships with every colleague and even boss, money goes on the first place, because it's a means of having all desirable things-- beginning from the necessities and ending on luxuries. The level of income determines the level of life: if a person gets a lot of money, he or she can afford anything useful for them-- high quality food, clothes, services-- and don't worry about the future. That is why money is the best motivator for workers, who always seek to better life.
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Posted by binkshimself 1 year ago
There better be some hard data from both sides
Posted by DrKaboom44 1 year ago
I was going to disagree but then I read workplace.
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