International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences Vol. 4, No.1, January 2014, pp. 293–298
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The Impact of the Motivation on the Employee’s Performance in Beverage Industry of Pakistan
BZU-Bahadur Sub Campus Layyah, Pakistan, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Corresponding author)
Motivation plays an important role in all public and private organizations. Without motivating their employees organizations can’t run and can’t achieve their goals. Purpose of present study is to explore the impact of motivation on employee’s performance of beverage industry in Pakistan. The data for present study has been collected from five major cities of Pakistan using structured questionnaire. Results from present study explores that motivation plays a vital role toward the performance of employees in beverage industry of Pakistan.
Motivation, employee’s performance, motivational theories
Motivation is the most important matter for every organization public or a private sector. For the success of any organization motivation play an important role. All organization encounters the matter of motivation whether they are in the public or private sector (Chintallo & Mahadeo, 2013). According to Chaudhary & Sharma (2012) basically motivation word is derived from “Motive”. The meaning of “motive” is needs, wants, and the desire of the persons. So that “employees motivation mean the process in which organization inspiring our employee with the shape of rewards, bonus etc. for achieving the organizational goals.
Today organization can easily change their material, needs, goods and services to other organization, or to other countries. But the only one resource which is not easily exchangeable is human resources. So we can say that human resources is the very important or most competitive assets of any organization that cannot be exchangeable. Human resources or human assets mean the workers or the employee of any organization. So the motivation is main factor that affect the human resources of the organization. The organization should be motivating their employees for the best performance or for achieving the organizational goals. In fact motivation is the best tool for best performance. Today there are many discussions about motivation and the relationship of employee’s efficiency and the organizational efficiencies. Motivation will lead to the fact that workers or employees of the organization will seriously do his duties and responsibilities (Azar and Shafighi, 2013). Attractive Salaries or pays also a Valuable tool and play an important role to increase employee’s performance and also increase the productivity of an organization (MUOGBO U.S, 2013).
According to Iqbal et al. (2012), Employee’s motivation and their ability collectively participate into employee’s performance and in their difficult tasks given by the manger are to purpose get maximum productivity. Now a day’s researcher have more concerned with increase productivity, perfection and working ability. Employee’s needs and wants having more important in research history. Motivation is the one of the most important term of psychology and most of mangers who want maximum output and productivity. They tackle this is with a good way and motivate their employee in batter way. And also increase the cooperation between employee and mangers, it also encourage their
International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences Vol. 4 (1), pp. 293–298, © 2014 HRMARS
responsibilities. And also encourage participation their sub ordinates, to take their responsibilities in batter way and also help to overseas other employee and monitor their...
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