expectancy theory

expectancy theory
expectancy theory UK US noun [U] HR
the idea that people work better if they believe that they will achieve the results expected in their work and if the financial and personal rewards are good enough: »

Expectancy theory focuses on the connections between goal achievement and performance.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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