chapter  24
the Economic Dimension
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I have intentionally postponed any discussion of the economic relationship between enterprise and worker. Not that it is of minor importance. But financial rewards, as already indicated, are not major sources of positive motivation in the modern industrial society, even though discontent with them inhibits performance. The best economic rewards are not substitutes for responsibility or for the proper organization of the job. Yet, conversely, non-financial incentives cannot compensate for discontent with economic rewards.