The paper is an analysis of Haidilao’s employee motivation. But I wanted to requ

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The paper is an analysis of Haidilao’s employee motivation. But I wanted to request that the majority of motivation theories used come from this list:
– Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
-Two factor theory
-Mclellands
– Self determination theory
– Goal setting theory
-Management by objectives
-organizational justice
-Job redesign
-Employee involvement
Also, if possible, I wanted to ask that some information is taken from the textbook: Organizational Behavior eighteenth edition by Stephen P. Robbins & Timothy A. Judge
Assignment Brief
You are required to undertake an investigation of Haidilao 2018: Demystifying Restaurant Employee Motivation and write a report on your findings.
Assignment Guidelines
You will need to look into the required reading (will be available on ULTRA) on the practices used by Haidilao to manage employee motivation. It will be helpful if you can collect data from other relevant sources of information, such as books, academic journals, public media and archive data of the company, to investigate this question in a more comprehensive and in-depth way. Please note that you cannot complete this assignment successfully using only the required reading.
The task is for you to investigate and report on Haidilao’s employee motivation. You need to draw upon relevant theories and evidence to present an analysis of this process and make appropriate recommendations for the organisation.
Include a clear description and explanation of the research method(s) that you have used to obtain and analyse relevant data in your investigation.
Make sure to reference sources of information relevant to your analysis and choice of research methods.
How you organise the report is up to you but you need to include the following:
• Relevant theories and research about managing employee motivation
• brief background information about the organisation
• research methods you used, why they were chosen, and some evaluations of them
• a critical analysis of how Haidilao manages employee motivation and its effects
• any recommendations for the organisation
• discuss whether these practices can be adopted by other organizations
Overall word limit: 3500 words
Assignments should be typed, using 1.5 spacing and an easy-to-read 12-point font. You should use double-sided printing, and ensure that assignments are securely bound. Written assignments and dissertations/business projects must not exceed the word count indicated in the module handbook/assessment brief.
The word count should:
 Include all the text, including title, preface, introduction, in-text citations, quotations, footnotes and any other items not specifically excluded below.
 Exclude diagrams, tables (including tables/lists of contents and figures), equations, executive summary/abstract, acknowledgements, declaration, bibliography/list of references and appendices. However, it is not appropriate to use diagrams or tables merely as a way of circumventing the word limit. If a student uses a table or figure as a means of presenting his/her own words, then this is included in the word count.
Examiners will stop reading once the word limit has been reached, and work beyond this point will not be assessed. Checks of word counts will be carried out on submitted work, including any assignments or dissertations/business projects that appear to be clearly over-length. Checks may take place manually and/or with the aid of the word count provided via an electronic submission. Where a student has intentionally misrepresented their word count, the School may treat this as an offence under Section IV of the General Regulations of the University. Extreme cases may be viewed as dishonest practice under Section IV, 5 (a) (x) of the General Regulations.
Very occasionally it may be appropriate to present, in an appendix, material which does not properly belong in the main body of the assessment but which some students wish to provide for the sake of completeness. Any appendices will not have a role in the assessment – examiners are under no obligation to read appendices and they do not form part of the word count. Material that students wish to be assessed should always be included in the main body of the text.


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