discuss the view that it is possible to build employee motivation in circumstances where employees are tightly controlled.
Essay Assessment Criteria – Weighting 30%
Provides a clear and concise introduction to the essay.
The main structure of the essay is outlined clearly.
The main thesis or argument is outlined.
Depth and Breadth of Knowledge Demonstrated:
All relevant ideas, concepts and theories are covered with clear explanation, and with clear recognition of the multiple perspectives that are possible.
Clear evidence of a wide variety of relevant and credible sources used to support and answer the essay question.
Quality of Thinking Demonstrated:
Ideas, theory and information sources well integrated to provide a sound argument for the conclusions reached.
Identified all relevant factors pertinent to the essay question and recognises the significance of any inter-relationships.
Critically evaluates information or evidence (eg in terms of significance, relevance, contradictions, linkages to theory).
Organisation and Flow:
Logically organised key points and key arguments were clearly identified.
Key points were supported with a well thought out rationale based on applying specific
concepts or theoretical frameworks to the essay question.
Paragraphs contained good transitions to maintain the flow of the essay.
Spelling/ Grammar/ Professional Writing:
Proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation used.
Third person objective view used.
Essay was formatted according to the assessment criteria.
The essay adhered to the word limit.
Clear and concise summary of the essay is provided.
The main argument or thesis has been outlined.
No new information has been presented.
Quality of references used is high.
Sources are appropriately acknowledged in the essay.
All references cited in the essay are included in the reference list.
All sources listed in the reference list are cited in the body of the essay.
All references (both in text references and references at the end of the essay) utilise the
UTS Harvard system.
n the essay, make it clear whether you are citing evidence, drawing a reasoned conclusion or putting a counter-argument. Use such phrases as:
‘This clearly demonstrates that …..’
‘It has been argued that …..’
‘On the other hand …..’
‘However, this view conflicts with that of..