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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 1 (73), 2020
ISSUES OF ECONOMIC THEORY. MACROECONOMICS
Zolotov S. A.
PhD student, Chair of Economics of Enterprises and Organizations, N.I. Lobachevsky National research University (Nizhniy Novgorod)

Motivation of employees through the working time: compression or reduction? (Russia, Nizhniy Novgorod)
The article discusses the reasons for effective motivation of employees through working time, analyzes the key aspects of such motivators as compression, or reduction of the working time, and distinguishes high efficacy of motivation through working time compression with the fully-paid salary.
Key words: employees motivation, flexible regimes of working time, compression of the working week, compression of the working day
Pages: 44 - 47




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