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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • That's the crap that HBS teaches? No wonder employees are unmotivated. All they can think about for employee motivation is the work environment. They beg the question that people want to work at all.

    Some people might go to work because there are interesting people or a nice work environment, but even with the best people and best environment, most people wouldn't go to work if you didn't pay them. Most people don't have jobs because they want to work. They have them because:
    • People want to pay their bills
    • Pe
    • I don't think they even implied that people would still work if they didn't get paid. The next paragraph after the extract I quoted was:

      One goal cannot be substituted for another. Improved recognition cannot replace better pay, money cannot substitute for taking pride in a job well done, and pride alone will not pay the mortgage.

      and there's another comment later on re-inforcing that something they're describing isn't a substitute for paying people properly.