An Analysis of the Key Factors That Influence the Levels of Motivation of Staff a Case Study of Allied Associates & Co

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Research and Analysis Report

An analysis of the key factors that influence the levels of motivation of staff
A case study of Allied Associates & Co

By

Everestus King

ACCA Student Reg. No.: 1316312

September, 2008

6,007 words
OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY

RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS REPORT

TABLE OF CONTENT

Content Pages

Part 1 – Project objectives and overall approach
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Overview of Employees motivation
1.2 The Reasons for choosing the topic
1.3 Aims and objectives of the report
1.4 Research Approach

Part 2 –
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If correct management decisions are to be taken in the organization’s best interest, it is necessary not only to provide good information for decision making, but also to ensure that management and employees are motivated to work towards the goals of the organization: that they have the same aspirations (BPP Paper P5, 2007).

Due to the foregoing, I intend to find out what motivates employees in Allied Associates & Co (BBc) (Chartered Accountants) a firm that engages in public practice and operates with its head office in Nigeria.

1.2 The Reasons for choosing the topic

After reviewing the list of the recommended topics contained in the Research and Analysis Project Guidelines, I narrowed down my project topic choice to four (4) and subsequently, I had (2) options left between project topic number 6 and 8. Finally, I decided to research on Project Topic number 6 - “The key factors or indicators in the motivation of employees in an organization”

Having seen many organisation undertaking various corporate social responsibility projects I was prompted to investigate the effect

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