Research design: Research design is the arrangement of conditions for collection and analysis of data in a manner that aims to combine relevance to the research purpose. The design adopted in the study is descriptive study.

Sources of data: The analysis of employee motivation in the company necessitates accurate and reliable data.
primary data Collected employees opinions regarding motivation with a well defined questionnaire Secondary data: It is collected through standard text books, relevant HR journals, reports, magazines and Volvo trucks India websites. Also from reports, bulletins and manuals of HR department.

Sampling: This study is conducted in “VOLVO TRUCKS INDIA” to know the way in which the employees are motivated and their performance. . Sample is chosen randomly. From the population a sample size of 50 is taken. The data collection will thus happen from these respondents.

(1967) : Motivation is based on the belief that employee effort will lead for perform and performance will lead to rewards may be either positive or negative. This is due. the. The money is positive the reward that more likely the employee will be highly motivated conversely the more negatives the reward the less likely the employee will be motivated. Motivated employees help organization survive. To be effective managers need understand what motivates employees within the context of the orals they perform. Of all the functions a manager performs. (T. [Claire Ballios.N. Naisarak Delhi) Vroom’s theory. management crater will to work which is necessary for the achievement of organizational goal. Page No. Chabra. New Delhi: Motivation is an effective instrument in the hands of a manager for inspiring the workforce & creating a confidence in it. By motivating the workforce.260 – 269. (1964) Douglas Mc Gregory theory. 1988 Smith 1994Dr. to the fact that what motivations employees • • • • . C.T N Principles and practices of Management.B. Motivated employees are more provisions.REVIEW OF LITERATURE • CHABRA. Memorial. motivating employees is arguably the most complex. Himalaya Publishing House 2011] : Motivation employees are needed in our rapidly changing workplaces.

tough completion etc. The company performance chart may show slow growth despite of very good employee motivation policies due to recession. The time period provided for the project is limited. poor logistics.LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY • • • • Since the performance of the company not only depends on employee dedication and hard work. . poor marketing. The company performance not always reflects good employee motivation policies.

The Majority of 38 % of the respondents belongs to production. 26 % of the respondents are from the sales department. and the remaining 24 % of the employees have an experience 5 years and below in this industry. and 34 % of the respondents agreed that they have an experience of 11years and above. . It clearly indicates that biggest department of the industry is production department since it is a manufacturing unit the number of the employees in the production department are more. From this we could learn that majority of respondents have an experience of 6-10 year and they are working here for a long time. Whereas in the experience part 42 % of the employee’s have 6 to10 year experience in the organization. and the remaining only 6 % of the respondents are from the personnel department. This is a clearly indicates that the employees are motivated to work with this organization.SUMMARY OF ANALYSIS • • • In the analysis I found out The majority of the respondents that is 38 % are from the Production department and 30 % of the respondents are from the Finance department.

• It clearly indicates that majority of respondents 50 are getting motivation and appreciation from the management. Which has helped to have a very good moral towards the organization and hence they are working in the same organization for many year .• Whereas in the appreciation of the employees 50 of respondents agreed that they are motivated and appreciated always by the management and 40 % of respondents are appreciated sometime by the organization and the remaining 10 % of the respondents have reported negatively.

According to 40 % of the respondents said that by giving incentives the employees get motivated. The majority 72 % of the respondents said that they have adequate materials and equipments to do their work in the organization . to know the various techniques adopted for employee motivation in the organization Majority of the respondents is 50 % were appreciated by the organization. Majority of the respondents that is 34 % were between the age group of 31-40 years.FINDINGS • • • • • • • To understand the socio demographic profile of the respondent. 46 % of the respondents agreed that organization takes their suggestions while formulating the organizational policies. The study Reveals that the organizations has made room for young employees The researcher found that 90 % of the respondents were willing to continue their job in the same company.

Senior leaders should take initiative to communicate with employees at all levels.RECOMMENDATIONS • • • • Company can put into practice several suggestion schemes. which is caused due to meaningful participation Company can change the existing promotion policy (which is based on experience). Sympathetic supervision is one of the factors motivating employees. employees could be motivated by linking promotion to performance. Therefore the amount of incentives offered to individual for satisfying his motive should be adequate. especially those in the shop floor. . inviting innovative ideas and suggestions from the employees and thereby boosting and motivating them. Motivation comes through employee involvement. As indicated in the study financial benefits like incentives have emerged as one of the most important factors motivating employees. supervisory development program should be given to the supervisors.

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