Mohammad Ali Jinnah University Marketing Research Research Paper
Employee Motivation At Private Organization
Submitted to Tarid Mehmood
Submitted By Samie Mazhar FA10-MB-0048
In any organization employee motivation is the key factor for organizational performance. The Purpose of the study is to check the motivation level of the employees in their work performance and how we make them more motivate so they we give best performances in their jobs and become an efficient part of organization. The Primary Data is collected from AL-SHIRKAT INDUSTRIES (PVT) LTD and through internet. All respondents are from Al-Shirkat Industries to check their motivation level. Analyzing of data is through SPSS software to check different statically tests. The results shows that the organization need employees motivation to increase its profitability because if every part of organization is best will make the organization best in all. The Conclusion is clearly identifying the need of motivation level in organization to get the growth and profitability of organization which need to grow the motivation level of employees. In limitations the time is limited because of presentation of the research paper and the resources and in range of the management of the industry. The Keywords are the employees motivation give best result on productivity and increase organization profitability.
Many factors affect the performance and productivity of the organization and also make organization business grow in the market . This research will give acknowledgement to those owners and managers who don‟t care of there employees and want best performances by x and y theory. Employee motivation give long-term benefits by increasing in productivity. So for making the employees to do the best work the employees need to be highly motivate by their supervisors and top management. Also they make acknowledgement that how to manage employees to make them efficient and effective work and increase the organization performance.
.1 Background of the Study In this world the business today is very hard to meet the challenges of competition. Organization performance depend on varies factors in which important labor ? employees.3 Scope of the Study The Scope of the study of this research will give lot of benefits to the employers of the private organizations and also make mind of employees to have emotions for their organization. This in turn would improve customer service.5 Research Problems The Problem of the research is employees do not give their performances in the organization and do not carry out their duties and responsibilities perfectly. To identify the effect of motivation which make employees to give better performance in organization. machinery and material.2 Importance of the Study The importance of the study shows the motivation level in the private organizations which give browed knowledge to every organization to make their challenges meet and make them competitive in this fast going world. If we focus in whole process of organization work the employees are the central point who are controlling the material and machineries and making quality of outcome of the organization.1. effective time management in each organization.4 Objective / Purpose of the Study The Objective / Purpose of the study of this research is to identify the factors that promote positive motivational behavior among employees. A motivated employee is like a fix asset who reflect the image of the organization in maintaining and strengthening its business and revenue growth.
1. 1. The top management should consider about the incentives of the employees to get best performances in organization . Chapter-I Introduction
1. 1. 1.
Campbell and Pritchard (1976) in defines motivation as a set of independents and dependant relationships that explains the direction. According to Robin and DeCenzo (1995.competence and power are four types of motivational drives that are found in individuals that are self-motivated and this may be the case for many construction workers. high employee turnover. understanding of a task and the constraints operating in the work environment. however they must also be designed to show benefits to the employee. Title of the questionnaire (about Motivation) so that the respondents thought that they should be affected by the motivation system before filling the questionnaires. A number of symptoms may point to low morale: declining productivity. in fact a bearing on the willingness and quality of an employee‟s performance (Martin Bruce 1962). A motivated employee is a loyal employee and to be loyal implies that the employee supports the actions and objectives of the firm. The relationship between the employer and employee must be one of understanding in order for the employee to identify himself with his work and with the business he is working for. Schrader (1972) linked construction worker need to motivation and it was subsequently concluded by Thomas et al. Laufer and Moore (1983) advocated the use of financial
. increasing number of grievances. 1. 3. McClelland suggests that achievement. affiliation. 2. In fact. For example. conditioned by the effort‟s ability to satisfy some individual need”.6 Limitation of the Study The limitation of the study can be briefly stated in following points: 1. the employee must be reached to reach him there must be a completed understanding of the complexity his make-up (Louis Allen 1986). higher number of accidents or a higher level of waste materials and scrap (William Day 1978). According to McClelland (1961) individuals tend to develop certain motivational drives on the cultural environment in which they live and these drives affect the way people view their jobs.7 Research Question The research Question of this research paper is “What is the effect of motivation on employees in private organization?”
2. skills. Motivation efforts must be directed towards improving organization operations. encourage and impel people to take action (Louis Allen 1986). To be effective. The collective respondents will be analyzed and the results of the questionnaire will be documented. To motivate the employees. higher incidence of absenteeism and tardiness. Motivation plays a part in enhancing construction labor productivity (Smithers and Walker. (1990) that there is evidence supporting the existence of a linkage between an employee‟s motivational level and their individual performance. Chapter-II Literature Review
Motivating is the work managers perform to inspire. The appearance of the job as a whole has. Lack of motivation in return affects productivity. increasing number of defective products. amplitude and persistence of an individual‟s behavior holding constant the effects of aptitude. 271) motivation is defined thus “the willingness to exert high level of effort to reach organizational goals. The length of the questionnaire – around 17 questions.1. Atkinson (1964) defines it as the contemporary immediate influence on the direction. 2000) and forms the basis for identification of the work environment factors. vigor and persistence of action. motivation can best be accomplished when workers are able to merge their personal ambitions with those of the organization.
1996).„Compensation alone is not enough to keep the highly skilled‟ motivated and experienced workforce your business needs to excel‟ (Greenburg. jobs that are well-planned and run smoothly produce great satisfaction while jobs with poor management (with scheduling and planning problems). Improving employee engagement can increase productivity and profitability while also reducing employee absenteeism and turnover.g. found to be important aspects that add to the way construction workers are self-motivated about their work. thus different from the one found in an office or factory setting which states that high job satisfaction leads to greater productivity. In construction. well-managed jobs are generally more productive. owner and publisher of Mattanie Press and author of Getting Engaged: The New Workplace Loyalty. create dissatisfaction.51). The Gallup Management Group (reported in Dernovsek. they are and work hard for emotional ones. Jean Martin (Lawler 2008 p. Therefore. It is about encouraging employees to have a passion for their work. In a four years analysis of more than 100.incentive programs to improve construction labor productivity. the theories on motivation can be classified as: employee needs motivation through goal-setting. 2008).S. Autonomy and comradeship (Edwards and Eckblad. and identifying the organization as more than a place to earn money. However. the factors which cause dissatisfaction. The relationship is believed to be due to the very nature of construction. whereas motivators (e. p. through his own efforts produces a highly visible. benefits and career opportunities). In 2006. Hewitt Associates. In general. According to Ted Marusarz. while only 12% of employees actually do leave for that reason. prior to the 1990‟s employee surveys were focused on employees did not necessarily produce the type of performance that helped organization to succeed. 1984) are also. According to Tim Rutledge. 81). the HR Daily Advisor reported that 89% of employers think their people leave for more money. 2008. achievement and recognition) encourage employees to work above and beyond the minimum requirements. A recent Harvard Business Review article explained that „employees are motivated by jobs that challenge them and enable them to grow and learn. physical structure in which great satisfaction comes from completion. Marusarz‟s comment echoes Frederick Herzberg‟s theory of motivation which states that the factors which motivate people at work are different to and not necessarily the opposite of. 2008) showed that improving employee engagement is important engaged employees have: • 51% lower turnover • 27% less absenteeism • 18% more productivity • 12% higher profitability Engagement is about motivating employees to go the extra mile in the workplace. Furthermore. a worker. A close review of all theories of human motivation reveal a common driving principle that people do what they are rewarded for doing. employee reward/incentives and reinforcement. Herzberg claimed that positive hygiene factors such as work conditions and salary simply satisfy basic employee needs. much work in linking motivation and productivity relied on Hertaberg‟s sample involving mainly white-collar professionals (Mullins. Hofstede (1980) decried such motivational theories as merely point made about the ad nauseam emphasis on the managerial perspective in the quest to improve productivity.000 employees worldwide. This illustrates the relationship between job satisfaction and productivity since. John Borcherding and Clarkson Ogelsby (1974) discovered that productive job creates high job satisfaction while nonproductive job(one which fall behind schedule) produce dissatisfaction at all levels of the management worker chain. reinforcing Maloney‟s (1982) thesis of driving forces that led to productivity improvements. and they are demoralized by those that seem to be monotonous or lead to a dead end‟ (Nohria et al. the Corporate Leadership Council discovered that while workers join companies for rational motives (better compensation. According to a recent poll conducted by the Gallup Management Group only 30% of U. employees are fully engaged in their jobs. „truly engaged employees are:
while also revamping internal communications in order to reinforce their commitment to staff. according to W. • Giving something back: community service and volunteering opportunities • Fair deal: how well employees are treated in terms of pay and benefits compared to similar organizations. In an effort to eradicate the negative public perception and reputation of working for McDonald‟s. More recently. The concept of employee engagement was first developed in response to increasing globalization (Thereas Welboure. According to the Best Companies Guide 2008: • 100% of employees at Foreign Currency Direct agreed that their team is fun to work with.Stanton Smith (2008). to dip. is entering the workforce with a desire for long-term employer relationships on their own terms. Another exceptional example of employee engagement success involves McDonald‟s UK. employees are more interested in „talent friendly‟ organizations that offer a good work-life balance than those offer high salaries. This new group is shaking up the workforce and demanding more from their employer than simply financial compensation for their work and ability to be „on-call‟ at all times thanks to communication technologies.Two of the highest rated best companies to work for. employeeengagement provides as opportunity to increase productivity and in turn profitability while satisfying employee needs.06% (Towers Perrin_ISR. Furthermore. • My Company: how much people value their company. • Organizations with the lowest percentage of engaged employees showed declines of 2% in operating margins and 1. According to Towers Perrin.64% and net profit margins by 2. on average. a new generation of workers. • Engaged employees perform 20% better than non-engaged employees (Gallup Management Group). Similarly at Jenrick Recruitment Group: • 98% of employees agreed that they felt a strong sense of family in their team and 93% disagreed that their health was suffering because of their work. which recently won the “Outstanding Employee Engagement Strategy” Award presented by Insala at the HR Excellence Awards 2008. • Committed („I am dedicated to the success of what I am doing‟). Foreign Currency Direct and Jenrick Recruitment Group focused heavily on the well-being and satisfaction of their employees while also creating a strong sense of „team‟ within the workplace. Such global competition forced businesses to become more flexible in responding to employee needs. • My Manager: the employee-manager relationship. the Millennials. • Offices with engaged employees are 43% more productive (The Hay Group) • Employees with the highest percentage of engaged employees. the HR team implemented a „multi-pronged reputation program‟ including external press and a poster and campaign mocking the „McJob‟ nickname.38% in profit margins (Towers Perrin_ISR. • Fascinated („I love what I am doing‟). • Personal growth: whether employees fell challenged by their job. A new intranetallowing staff to see skills gaps and offer access
. Paula Ketter (2008) attributed the rising interest in employee engagement to the dotcom bubble burst in 2000. University of Michigan).increase operating margins 3. • 96% disagreed that they stress related symptoms in the last 12 months because of their job. and are proud to work there. and the subsequent rise in unemployment. The Best Companies Guide UK 2008 highlights eight possible organizational factors that can improve employee engagement: • Leadership: good leadership leads to a happy team. As the economy changes and employee demands become more specific.• Attracted to and inspired by their work ( I want to do this‟). • Wellbeing: balance between work and home life. June 2007). June 2007).
as evidence of the success of the program. • Remember that employees are seeking to gain more than just money from their job and career. In short. so that together you can develop a clear path for advancement and opportunities for growth. Director of Consulting Services at Insala. nature of the employmentrelationship. responded: „employee satisfaction was really a measure of “how people like it here” a opposed to measuring behaviors that will help organizations become more successful for engagement practice. Hence. to a large extent. • Remain supportive of the engagement initiative while monitoring the work-life balance of employees. According to the Institute of Employment Studies (IES). prior to the campaign only 51% of staff said they would recommend working for McDonald‟s.2Increasing Employee Engagement
“What is it that your organization is doing to ensure that people don‟t fell like numbers?” ask Judy Corner. • Provide efficient and ongoing training for new and experienced employees as well as offering rewards and recognition for employees who excel and/or demonstrated a strong passion for their work and organization. • Listen to employees and act on their suggestions. such commitment is built on organizational arrangement. Additionally. employee involvement is crucial because.3Employee Involvement and Productivity
The key starting point in studying the link between workplace relations andproductivity is the indeterminate. responding or acting on what is being heard can damage credibility and engagement (Ray Baumruk). I have devised a list of key factors for increasing employee engagement.
2. the employee‟s actual contribution. Much depends on employees‟ willingness to invest their skills and know-how in the production process. By working with you they hope to gain both professional and personal skills. Ray Baumruk.to learning content contributed to the rise from 60:40 to 75:25 in favor of McDonald‟s as an employer reported by BBC News. Hewitt Associates. While compensation and general working conditions are agreed in some way at the time of employment. • Develop a strong employee-manager relationship. • Get to know your employees as well as their goals and aspirations. in terms ofvolume and quality of output. effort remains discretionary.
2. remains largely unspecified. • Engage employees through direct communication by involving them in important decisions and keeping them informed of new developments or changes within the company. it is important to identify the objective conditions under which co-operation actually develop. In turn. • Finally. The development of a modus Vivendi between agents is necessary if the production system is to be efficient enough to produce value added and ensure the reproduction of the employment relationship in the context
. they are in fact leaving their manger. the main driver of engagement is a sense of feeling valued and involved. today 86% would recommend the job. When asked in the strategic HR Review why managers were switching from employee satisfaction to engagement. or open-ended. Just listening and not acknowledging. conduct frequent engagement surveys to gain perspective on employee expectations. desires and goals within the organization. Highly engaged people run the risk of burnout by becoming too eager and too passionate about their work. It is often true that when employees leave an organization. wellaccepted working conditions and co-operative relations more generally.
of market competition. leading to a sustained competitive advantage. Research overwhelmingly indicates that effective employee management can and does lead to a competitive advantage in the form of a more motivated workforce and by extension improved operational and business performance. it is likely that you will always have a higher quality workforce. • Align your people management practices with your business objectives. say. Traditionally. • Adopt the tools that are available to you for the managing your employees. well managed people can be the difference between a successful company and one that is not competitive. then. Perhaps this has been because measuring the return on investment in effective employee management practices is more difficult than calculating the saving from.The Two Sides of Human Resources By sharpening your focus on the relationship between employee management and business performance. • Strengthen the quality of the one business variable that no competitor can duplicate – the quality and motivation of your employees. 1 . develop and retain your employees more effectively than your competitors. If your company adopts employee management practices that are superior to those of your competitors. a growing body of evidence has shown that investing in employee management not only delivers administrative cost savings but is in fact one of the best performance enhancing investments a company can make. Successful business owners are those who know where to apply their resources for achieving the greatest positive impact on business performance. reduced paperwork. The purpose of employee management. but in the presence of quality and services. is to solidify and enhance that advantage through a systematic program to find. There is no doubt that. cooperation is crucial if acceptable levels of productivity growth are to be generated at the point of production. this exercise in strategic allocation of resources has treated employee management primarily as a costcontainment challenge rather than a potential driver of improved profit and revenue. independently of technological evolution. the specific
. • Set up and track key employee-related performance measures. Effective employee management can positively impact your company‟s performance. you will be better equipped to: • Identify practice that will maximize the return on your investment in employee management practice and achieve the positive business results experienced other companies. however. you must determine which management practices will meet your needs. Over the past 10 to 15 years. Obviously. This is not to say that good people who are well managed can overcome poor products or services. motivate.
and all of them working together toward the accomplishment to your goals will lead to the best performance outcomes. For example.components of human resource management needed for your company are unique to you and your business objectives. rather than any single practice alone. But research has shown that it is a set of employee management practices working together. Each of these components of employee management is important. job rotation and promotions. compensation and management once the new hires arrive. • Training and development practices provide employees with opportunities to grow through job training. development.Employee Management Practices • Hiring practice ensure that employees hired for different positions have the necessary skills and background to be successful in their individual jobs. • Evaluation practices ensure that the employees are being provided with useful feedback about their performance. Here‟s how the basic elements of a well-designed employee management program work:
Figure No. that leads to higher performance. an initiative to attract high quality employees to your business will be much more effective if it is coupled with quality training.
. 2 . • Compensation practices provide employees with what they consider to be fair pay for their work.
In this way. Among service sector companies. When the program is working well. hence. The operational benefits result from better-qualified and more highly motivated employees being able to perform their jobs more effectively than less-motivated and less-skilled employees. according to a study. Multiple studies have found a positive relationship between effective employee
. • A study of automobile assembly plants found that effective human resource management systems let to higher productivity measured by the number of hours required to build a vehicle as well as higher quality as measured by defects per 100 vehicles coming out of those plants. employees will be generally more satisfied with their employment. quality. higher quality and efficiency lead to lower costs. The satisfaction leads them to be more willing to act in the best interest of the company rather than solely their own best interests. For example. which in turn led to higher levels of customer satisfaction.4 Employee Management Programs
Employee management programs are designed to attract. The discretionary effort cited previously also results in higher productivity and.2. customer service. improved operational performance.
2. it is nevertheless tangible and measurable.
2. both through increased revenues as well as reduced costs. Given the operational outcomes cited above. A study of banking industry firms discovered that effective human resource management was associated with higher employee productivity and lower employee turnover 2. develop and compensate employees. motivate. this aspect of the impact of employee management practices has received the most attention from researchers. quality and customer service are able to transfer these positive impacts into improved financial performance. it is not difficult to see how companies with higher productivity. Effective human resource management has been associated with improved operational productivity. • A study of service companies found that effective human resource management created a positive climate in the companies. 1. customer satisfaction and safety.6Financial Performance Impacts
Due to the importance of financial results on the success and even survival of businesses. efficiency.5Business Operation Impacts
While the impact of employee management practices on the operations of business is less direct than the impact on employees. which have a further positive effect on the bottom line. The result is a higher level of discretionary effort-employees being willing to go beyond what you expressly require of them. Overwhelming research data illustrates the employee impact of effective management practices. Another study also found that higher levels of effective human resource practice resulted in as much as a 29% improvement in employee effort. 3. higher numbers of referrals and repeat business – all of which impact the bottom line performance of the company. retain. In addition. so it makes sense that the most direct impact of an employee management program will be on employee themselves. companies with effective human resource management should experience higher performance than companies with less effective employee management programs. effective employee management lowered turnover by up to 40%.
The data collected in primary way by directly taking answers from various employees
3. By using Questionnaire the data become more reliable and give close result of the testes applied for research. implementing well designed employee management programs resulted in an increase in sales of 16. • Another study cited previously for its effect on turnover also found that significantly improved employee management practices resulted in an average increase in sales per employee of about $27.
Chapter-III Research Methodology
The instrument use in this research is 5-likeret scale for getting the best primary data from the respondent.1 Data Collection
This study is perform through a questionnaire contains questions designed for checking the level of the organizations employees motivation level. Make them acknowledge about the research which is going on.5 Data Collection Procedures
Data collection procedures involve the surveys to the key employees who are main responsible for the production of the organization. profit margin. the nature of the sample are the employees of the industries who are key responsible for the production.
The study should be conducted with people from different locations. revenues. service companies with effective employee management programs also experienced higher sales growth. and return on assets and cost reduction • A previously cited study in the employee outcomes section found that in addition to lowering turnover rates. The questionnaires were give to 70 workers in AL-SHIRKAT INDUSTRIES who working in various departments with different job responsibilities and organization position. sales growth. sales.
3. The study conducted to determine employee satisfaction towards organization and their affect on overall productivity of the organization and profit.000 an average increase in firm cash flow per employee of about $3.3%.800 and an average increase in the market value of the firm per employee of about $18.practices and outcomes such as Profit. Specifically. Taking the answers for their perceptions about the different factors and by there answers using SPSS to record and analyze the data also I collect data through internet by internet survey for other branches
. profit growth.
3.000.4 Scale Validity and Reliability
The scales used to measure the variables in the questionnaire are Numerical scale. The sample selection is on random basis.
with different job responsibilities and organization position.1 Introduction The data for the research has been collected using internet questionnaire.2 Data Analysis After collecting the filled questionnaire. 4.3. How long have you worked with the present organization: Less than 1 year 4 1-3 years 15 3.6 Conceptual Framework
Chapter-IV Data Collection & Analysis
4. Using Spss software which is getting that results 1.How long have you worked with the present organization 23
.-5 years 12 5-10 years 21
Table No. they were analyzed for presentation of research findings under data analysis. over 70 employees who were working in various departments.1 . The questionnaire was distributed randomly to a sample of employees.
2%) Dissatisfied = 2 (7. supervisor and team leader offer great desired level of support.5%) Satisfied = 25 (61.96%) were in strong / somewhat agreement compared to 6 respondents (11. Results obtained indicated that 34 respondents (62.07%) were unable to voice their convictions either positively or negatively.02 .5%) Neutral = 8 (19. 13 respondents (24.Employment Duration
The research was directed to find how satisfied the respondents are with their present organization and results collected indicated the following: Very Satisfied = 3(11.11%) who disagreed that management.9%)
Figure No.7%) Very Dissatisfied = 2 (1.Figure No.Supervisor / Team leader support To the inquiry whether the supervisor / team leader offer valuable information on how increase productivity.
89%) expressed dissatisfaction.Table No.74%) expressed dissatisfied
Table No.How would you rate your job satisfaction? With reference to job satisfaction in terms of the level of recognition employees 3respondents (56. As regard the ongoing training. In respect of initial training and development which employees receive 32 respondents (59. 31 respondents (57.26%) expressed satisfied while 21 respondents (38.41%) expressed satisfied while 22 respondents (40.3 .09%) who were no presently satisfied with their work.4 .How satisfied are you with the level of training and development received? Whether the levels of training employees receive supports in the development of job handling was inquired into and the response indicates the following.60%) were satisfied as against 8 respondents (15.
5.Figure No.Employee Performance Appraisal & Performance Expectation Understanding
000 70 1 PerformanceAp prisal .3 SPSS ANALYSIS
Motivation 1 70 .333(**) .132 .026 70 .005 70 . (2-tailed) N
Pearson Correlation Sig.250(*) .014 .106 70 .000 70 70 -.441 70 70 .132 .079 . * Correlation is significant at the 0. (2-tailed) N
Pearson Correlation Sig.01 level (2-tailed).037 70 . (2-tailed) N
Pearson Correlation Sig.440(**) .094 .079 .094 . (2-tailed) N
Pearson Correlation Sig.342(**) .513 70 .106 70 .017 70 -.028 70 .028 70 .159 .276 70 -.004 70 1 Compensa tion .481(**) .441 70 .263(*) .4.481(**) .026 70 -. (2-tailed) N
Pearson Correlation Sig.195 .283(*) .906 70 1
Pearson Correlation Sig.004 70 .195 .188 70 1 Security .619(**) .250(*) .000 70 .619(**) .000 70 -.266(*) .017 70 .283(*) .
Statistics JobSatisfactio n 70 0 Compensa tion 70 0 PerformanceAp prisal 70 0 0
Motivation N Valid Missing 70 0
Benefits 70 0
.513 70 1 Benefits .159 .005 70 .440(**) .333(**) .266(*) .906 70 70 JobSatisfactio n .05 level (2-tailed).000 70 70 -.276 70 .037 70 .000 70 . (2-tailed) N
70 ** Correlation is significant at the 0.188 70 .263(*) .014 .342(**) .
7 5.7 14.7 18.4 5.7 5.1 5.4 87.9 12.3 100.7 12.4 87.9 12.00 12.7 44.9 58.7 7.00 15.00 11.7 100.4 25.00 7.00 Total 4 4 10 13 8 9 9 9 4 70
Percent 5.7 5.9 12.3 18.4 12.0
Valid Percent 5.0
Cumulative Percent 5.1 100.7 100.9 11.0 7.3 100.7 12.4 25.4 5.00 Total
Frequency 18 14 5 4 4 8 4 4 9 70
Percent 25.0 61.00 7.1 94.1 5.3 18.0
Cumulative Percent 25.7 11.7 100.4 25.9 100.00 12.7 20.00 4.00 10.7 11.7 45.0
Valid Percent 25.6 81.00 8.00 14.7 20.6 11.6 64.1 5.7 68.1 5.00 3.7 11.9 5.00 Total
Frequency 4 9 8 22 18 5 4 70
Percent 5.00 17.0
4.7 5.00 11.9 100.00 10.00 5.7 52.00 13.7 12.4 31.9 11.4 12.4 31.7 14.7 81.4 94.0 JobSatisfaction
Frequency Valid 6.00 9.3 55.7 12.3 75.Motivation Cumulative Percent 5.00 9.00 5.7 5.00 8.6 11.0
.00 6.9 12.0 7.9 5.7 100.0 Benefits
Valid Percent 5.7 5.0
2.6 30.7 7.00 6.
00 8.9 92.4 5.4 5.00 7.0
Cumulative Percent 11.7 24.7 21.9 100. b Dependent Variable: Motivation Variables Removed
.00 7.3 20.4 5.0
Variables Entered/Removed(b) Variables Entered Performanc eApprisal.3 31.00 Total 8 4 17 22 4 15 70
Percent 11.00 8.00 14.9 78.1 100.7 21.7 24. Benefits(a) a All requested variables entered.0
Frequency Valid 6.4 17.7 24.4 72.00 5.Security
Frequency Valid 3.00 4.0 7.7 24.
.00 6.4 100.6 72.1 100. Security.0
Valid Percent 11.9 48.9 5.0
PerformanceApprisal Cumulative Percent 42.00 9.6 100.4 100. JobSatisfact ion.00 Total 30 4 17 14 5 70
Percent 42.3 20.0 7.1 41.0
Valid Percent 42.9 5.4 5.3 31. Compensati on.
JobSatisfaction. PerformanceApprisal.065 .566
(Constant) JobSatisfaction Compensation Benefits Security PerformanceApprisal
a Dependent Variable: Motivation
. Security.112 .485 4.417
a Predictors: (Constant).599 .016 . Compensation.646(a)
R Square . JobSatisfaction.000(a)
153. Security.055 Std.943 69 a Predictors: (Constant). Benefits b Dependent Variable: Motivation Coefficients(a) Unstandardized Coefficients Model 1 B -3.170 89.834 1.818 .001 . PerformanceApprisal. Compensation.060 .000 .003 .000 .018 .577 Sig.208 .199 .146 -.056 5. .076 .247 -.231 3.403
F 9.427 -.096 Standardized Coefficients Beta .029 .079 t -2. .387 .150
df 5 64
Regression Residual Total
Mean Square 12. Benefits ANOVA(b) Sum of Squares 64.577 .133 . Error of the Estimate 1.18436
R . Error 1.Model Summary Adjusted R Square .371 Std.
profitability trust his / her organization. An employee who is highly motivated will carry out his/her duties in best performing level and fulfill his/her responsibilities in best way. The essence of this study shows that the motivation of the employee has various advantages to the employee in which we include loyalty of the employee.5.1 Conclusion
Through the study it is clear that employee‟s motivation give direct effect on organization productivity and increase organization revenue generating function which increase organization profitability. best performances. From employees good performance the organization will grow its productivity level to meet different challenges. productivity.
. Because if the performance of the employees are best will direct effect on the performance of the organization which may cause very positive result to the organization in various manners.
My Recommendation is to motivate the employees in the organization to get best productivity and profitability. Chapter-VI Recommendation
6. supervisor and top management and so on. In this 21st century of competitive world it is very important to take best performances from employees to become successful organization which need high level of motivation. Chapter-V Conclusion
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