.Our Topic is Motivating Factors Of United Leasing Co. Ltd.

Objective of the presentation:  To give overall information about United Leasing Co.  To give information about their motivating factors of ULC  To show the findings analysis of this company. Ltd. .

. It traded its shares on Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) for the first time in 23rd June 1994. The company signed the first lease agreement with the lessee on 12th September 1989. The company issued 75. The ULC signed a loan agreement with CDC in London on 27th March 1992. United Leasing Company Limited provides equipment leasing for small businesses. Its operation expanded further and the company opened its first branch in Chittagong on 16th June 1994. 1989 as a public limited company under the Companies Act 1913 (currently 1994).000 shares on 28th March 1994.United Leasing Co. Ltd. United Leasing Company Limited was incorporated on April 27.

Product & Services 1. Investment Services:     Sanchy Scheme Term Deposits Earner Scheme Quick loan .

Product & Services 2. Secured Finance:  Lease Finance  Home Loan  Term Finance .

 Corporate Finance Syndication Loan .     Channel Finance: Work-order Finance Distributor Finance: Revolving Loan Factoring 4.Product & Services 3.

It is the set of force that cause people to behavior in certain ways. Motivation is the way in which drives or needs direct a person’s behavior toward a goal.) Motivation: The term motivation can be traced to the Latin word movere which means to move.Motivation(con…. Motivation attempts to influence or cause certain behavior. .

Needs do cause behavior but needs also may result from behavior. they exert effort.Process of Motivation: Motivation process begins with needs or a deficiency. The grater the tension. . Many needs are influenced by environmental factors. Motivation can be seen as a need-satisfying process. the higher the effort level. To relieve this tension.

They are: physiological needs Safety needs Social needs Esteem needs Self-actualization needs.Maslow’s Hierarchy needs theory: Maslow’s hierarchy of needs identifies five levels of needs. .

Herzberg’s Two Factors Theory:  Motivational Factors  Hygiene Factors .

Motivating factors of United Leasing Co. Ltd. That’s why we discuss the both hygiene and motivating factors. .(Con….) At united leasing company follow both motivating factors.

Hygiene factors(con….) At United Leasing Company here physical working conditions are excellent. At United Leasing Company’s employee follow all the term hygiene factor such as:  Compensation  Quality of supervision  Working conditions  Feelings of job security  Supervision  Work Conditions . as are most of the managers and the quality of supervision.

Motivation Factors: Many of these exist as a natural byproduct of the type of environment and culture that United Leasing Company maintains. or specialized and specific tasks for those employees that are interested. such as new and challenging tasks being available. Some motivating factors are: Status Gaining recognition Responsibility Challenging / stimulating work Achievement Growth Recognition .

Ltd.Findings Analysis United Leasing Co. (ULC) Constraints to motivating factors Amount of gratuity is satisfactory Compensation & benefits are neutral They use hygiene & motivating factors .

We are very lucky that we have got an opportunity to know about motivating factors of united leasing company. . In fact our experience in personal management is not that much. We have tried our best to collect all available data and other information regarding present motivating factors in United Leasing Company Limited.Conclusion For completing our report.

Recommendations As we know United Leasing Company follow two factors theory.So our recommendations toward their motivating factors are. They should follow their actual motivating factors . They should increase their organization. They should hold their positive attitude toward their employees. They should hold their motivating factors They should more concentrate on their employee benefit.

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