International Journal of Business Trends and Technology- volume2Issue4- 2012
Impact of Employee Motivation on Performance (Productivity) In Private Organization 1Nupur Chaudhary, 2Dr. Bharti Sharma,
1Research Scholar, Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur,
2Associate Professor, St. Wilfred. College, Jaipur,
Abstract - Doing Business all over the world is very challenging. Corporate performance and revenue growth are challenge by Internal and external operating environment factors. To survive in profitable way in the highly challenging and competitive global market economy, all the factor of Employee Retention & Production - machine, materials & men, – should be managed in a impressive way Among the factors of production the human resource constitutes the biggest challenge because unlike other inputs employee management calls for accomplished handling of thoughts, feelings & emotions to protected highest productivity. High productivity is a long-term benefits of Employee motivation Motivated employee is a valuable asset which delivers huge value to the Organization in maintaining and strengthening its business and revenue growth. The attached project paper studies Impact of employee motivation on performance (Productivity) in private organization.
Keywords: Motivation, Productivity, Employee satisfaction, Working Environment, Employee Performance:
1.1 Background of the Study
Now days doing Business all over the world is very challenging. corporate performance and revenue growth are challenge by Internal and external operating environment factors To survive in profitable way in the highly challenging and competitive global market economy, all the factor of production - machine ,materials & men,– should be managed in a impressive way Among the factors of production the human resource constitutes the biggest challenge because unlike other inputs employee management calls for accomplished handling of thoughts, feelings & emotions to protected highest productivity. High productivity is a long-term benefit of Employee motivation.
1.2 Research Problems
Employees management guide to a competitive benefit in the form of more motivate workforce by extension improved operational & business performance. The research problem question to be answer in this research is to define the major factors that motivate employs in diverse companies and to see if there is any particular organization
purpose that depends on organizational inimitability employee behavior.
1.3 Objectives of the Research study
Identify the factors that encourage positive motivational behavior among employees is the Objective of this research. This in turn would develop customer service, efficient time management in each organization.
1.4 Limitation of the Research Study
Research study can be briefly declared the limitation in following points: ?
Title of the questionnaire about Motivation so that the respondents thought that they should be precious by the motivation system earlier than filling the questionnaires.
The length of the questionnaire – around 14 questions.
The collective respondents will be analyzed and the results of the questionnaire will be documented
1.5 Definition of Terms
a. Motivation: Motivation is the word derived from the word ‘motive’ which means needs, desires, wants or drives within the persons. It is the process of inspiring people to actions to achieve the goals. In the work goal background the psychological factors motivating the people’s behavior can be-
Term Work, etc
Need for Money
One of the most important functions of management is to create enthusiasm amongst the employees to execute in the best of their abilities. Therefore the role of a leader is to arouse interest in presentation of employees in their jobs. The process of motivation consists of three stages:-
A felt need...
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