Assessment of the Practice and Problems of Compensation, Employee Motivation and Morale: in the Ethiopian Management Institute (Emi)‚ÄîAddis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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Assessment of the Practice and Problems of compensation, Employee Motivation and Morale: in the Ethiopian Management Institute (EMI)—Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The availability of sufficient and equitable compensation practice, in any organization, is the major source of employee motivation. As it is evident that organizational members have different personalities and behaviors, individuals get motivated by different motivating factors. And it is also often surprising that at how well some organizations seem to carry out under incredibly difficult circumstances, while others are continually failing to perform under much more favorable conditions. And why do people in some organizations seem to throw themselves at their work with…show more content…
1.3 Statement of the Problem Many studies have showed that the relatively successful performance implications of formal organizational actions in an organization mainly tend to be on the hands of human resource functions. However, these findings typically do not identify the specific factors behind such actions that are largely responsible for their success. With this regard, research relating to certain factors analytically derived attributes of employees ' motivation reviews to determine which attributes are more consistently related to performance and employee satisfaction. Conversely, it is evident that a fair and equitable compensation effort made by management promotes employee motivation and in turn this enhances employee productivity in what so ever type of organization.(www.wikipidia.com) Likewise, it is apparent that every public and private institutions strives to have well motivated and satisfied staff with higher productivity; and in reversely from empirical experience it is usual to perceive the exact opposite of this notion even it differs from organization to organization. The concept of having satisfied staff is considered as the basic idea of keeping the best