The STTELLS Theory: A Motivational Process Theory


  • Simeon Abel Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt, Nigeria



STELLS, Value Added, Total Input Factor, Total Revenue Factor, Profits


STELLS theory is motivational process theory, which encourages the employer to regard the employee as a co-investor in the business, having put into the business Skills, Time, Talents, Efforts, Labour, Life, and Services as investment. On the weight of this fact, the employee should be rewarded commensurately with his/her inputs into the business. 


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How to Cite

Simeon Abel. (2021). The STTELLS Theory: A Motivational Process Theory . International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research and Engineering (IJASRE), ISSN:2454-8006, DOI: 10.31695/IJASRE, 7(12), 23–25.