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MODERNIST AND NEO-MODERNIST THEORIES OF MOTIVATION

Summary of a case: Modernist neo-modernist theories motivation is about an American company running its gas plant in Latin America, where it had hired two Senor Payroll, Junior engineers whose job was to put into effect the rules and orders sent by the downtown office.  Moreover, they had to manage the Mexican workers who worked at the plant. These Mexican were greater workmen who worked 8-hrs shifts in the fierce heat of the retorts.  They were paid only twice a month, on the fifth and on the twentieth. This rule was not fine-tuned according to the Mexican worker’s life and…

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