According to Steven McShane and Mary Von Glinow, motivation is the forces within somebody who affect the path, strength, and persistence of voluntary patterns. Motivated employees are willing to exert a specific level of effort (intensity), for a certain amount of time (persistence), toward a specific goal (path).
Goal is an integral factor direct worker contributes their work. THE BUSINESS should make sure they are continually putting effort until they reach the goal. It's important for a firm to motivate staff. Their performance determines a firm successfulness.
In today's world where everyone would like to be noticed and recognized for their work - employees are encouraged to achieve to stay relevant (Glenn Liopis, 2012).
Jerome David Salinger was born in NEW YORK in 1919. The son of a prosperous cheese importer, Salinger was raised in a classy neighborhood in Manhattan and put in his children being shuttled between various prep institutions. In 1951, Salinger publicized his only full-length book, "The Catcher in the Rye", which propelled him onto the nationwide level. The Catcher in the rye is a book about its protagonist- Holden Caulfield, a rebellious, negative teenager who would like to prevent the lack of innocence in children.
This novel is set in first-person narrative and it follows Holden's activities in New York City in the days following his expulsion from Pencey. Holden stocks encounters he has already established with students of Pencey as he would call, "phony.