LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, Dec. 29, 2010 – A healthy atmosphere in the workplace contributes immensely to the productivity of any company. We find this to be the case at Custom-Writing.org as well. Over the years, we have innovated in ensuring the optimum environment for intellectual achievement on behalf of our customers. We track and implement the most promising research results in this field. Our staffers appreciate this concern, and of course, our customers benefit. They get the results: the creativity and resourcefulness under pressure that our writers and support personnel exhibit in assisting with their academic writing projects.
Scholarly inquiry into fostering (or suppressing) creativity identifies the critical components as expertise, creative thinking skills, and motivation. Custom-Writing.org addresses expertise by recruiting writers with substantial and varied experience, and then equips them with top-flight databases and continuing education to keep them current. But what of those creative thinking skills that propel folks through periods of potential creative drought, or distraction by personal issues? And what of motivation; that bodiless force impelling our writers to stay up late helping a customer?
Maslow noted that extrinsic motivators, fear and tangible rewards, for example, are less potent than intrinsic motivators are. Factors such as autonomy, challenge, resources, work group structure, the praise of immediate supervisors, and the support of the organization all contribute. Custom-Writing.org management tracks our effectiveness in addressing these areas through regular staff interview, especially when, as rarely occurs, someone moves on.
Writers are free to use their time in any way that meets deadlines. Laptop computers liberate them from time and location constraints, although our office is still full of folks ‘round the clock. Deadlines are visible, not artificial. Online database access provides almost limitless research resources. In small ways, as well, we give writers freedom; cubicle decoration is a personal prerogative.
Our work groups naturally assort by subject area, but we encourage all collaboration. Potentially distracting conflicts are confronted head-on at our regular departmental meetings. Recognizing the potency of supervisory praise and recognition, we try to ensure positive feedback from all levels of the company. Recognition for all sorts of accomplishments is built into the year’s calendar, including for intangibles such as boosting morale.
The quality work we produce for our customers demonstrates the success of these initiatives.
The Custom-Writing.org project to provide custom written papers was launched in 2006. Since then, we have furnished our customized paper service to thousands of satisfied clients. Our initial goal is to shift, and in some cases, even redefine the paradigm of the way people pursue their education. We want to make it a more beneficial, less stressful experience. At the same time, we want to allow people to apply more of their efforts to improving their well-deserved grades. We keep up with the time, and take note of the increasing popularity of such custom writing services around the web! We understand the needs of our growing clientele. They expect outstanding content, on-schedule delivery, and absolutely no plagiarism in our products.