Effectiveness through Employee Motivation
R. Flora Sahayamary Research Scholar
Dr. R Mathivanan – Principal, Bharathiar University Arts &Science college, Valparai
The focus of this study is to enlighten that how an organization through its employees can achieve success and effectiveness. The purpose of the study is to analyze the impact of employees’ motivation on organizational effectiveness. The study has two sub-objectives: * the factors that increase motivation of employees are to be determined * the relationship of employee motivation and organizational effectiveness is to be examined.
The main objective of this paper is to analyze the impact of employees’ motivation on organizational effectiveness. The sub-objectives of the study are to determine the factors that increase employees motivation and to examine the relationship between employees motivation and organizational effectiveness
According to Butkus & Green (1999), motivation is derived from the word “motivate”, means to move, push or influence to proceed for fulfilling a want (Kalimullah et al, 2010). Bartol and Martin (1998) describe motivation as a power that strengthens behavior, gives route to behavior, and triggers the tendency to continue (Farhad et al, 2011). This explanation identifies that in order to attain assured targets; individuals must be satisfactorily energetic and be clear about their destinations. In view of Bedeian, (1993) it is an internal drive to satisfy an unsatisfied need and the will to accomplish. Also motivation is a progression of moving and supporting goal-directed behavior (Chowdhury.M.S, 2007). It is an internal strength that drives individuals to pull off personal and organizational goals (Reena et al, 2009). Motivation is a set of courses concerned with a kid of strength that boosts performance and directs towards accomplishing some definite targets (Kalimullah et al, 2010). Porter and miles (1974) proved that the motivation boosts expresses and continues conduct (Khadim et al).
Employee motivation is one of the policies of managers to increase effectual job management amongst employees in organizations (Shadare et al, 2009). A motivated employee is responsive of the definite goals and objectives he/she must achieve, therefore he/she directs its efforts in that direction. Rutherford (1990) reported that motivation formulates an organization more successful because provoked employees are constantly looking for improved practices to do a work, so it is essential for organizations to persuade motivation of their employees (Kalimullah et al, 2010).
Factors affecting Employees’ Motivation
If an organization wants to improve and be successful, trust plays a significant role so it should always be preserved to ensure an organizations existence and to enhance employees’ by Motivation. No one works for free, nor should they. Money is the fundamental inducement; no other incentive or motivational technique comes even close to it with respect to its influential value (Sara et al, 2004). It has the supremacy to magnetize, maintain and motivate individuals towards higher performance. Frederick Taylor and his scientific management associate described money as the most fundamental factor in motivating the industrial workers to attain greater productivity (Adeyinka et al, 2007). To use salaries as a motivator effectively, managers must consider salary structures which should include importance organization attach to each job, payment according to performance, personal or special allowances, fringe benefits, pensions and so on (Adeyinka et al, 2007). Trust is defined as the perception of one about others, decision to act based on speech, behavior and their decision (Hassan et al, 2010). motivation (Annamalai.T, 2010).
Recognition and Employee Motivation
According to Maurer (2001) rewards and recognition are essential factors in...
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