Impact of Employees Motivation on Work Performance

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IJRESS Volume 2, Issue 9 (September 2012) ISSN: 2249-7382 EFFECTS OF EMPLOYEES MOTIVATION ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE – A CASE STUDY Pankaj Chaudhary* ABSTRACT Motivational factors play an important role in increasing employee job satisfaction. This will result in improving organizational performance. High productivity is a long term benefits of employee motivation. Motivated employee is a valuable asset who creates value for an organization in strengthening the business and revenue growth. Motivation is going to work if the right person with suitable skills is made responsible for the job or otherwise it will be the wastage of resources and time, and will lead to job dissatisfaction. The paper is aimed to study the effect of…show more content…
Period of No. of % Service Respondents 15 30 < 1 year 10 20 1-5 20 40 5-10 5 10 > 10 years Total 50 100 (Source: Primary Data) Table 3: How much you satisfied with you present organization? No. of Respondents 5 Very Satisfied 25 Satisfied 2 Neutral 10 Dissatisfied 8 Very Dissatisfied Total 50 (Source: Primary Data) Response % 10 50 4 20 16 100 Respondents 35 10 03 02 50 70 20 6 4 100 International Journal of Research in Economics & Social Sciences http://www.euroasiapub.org 83 IJRESS Volume 2, Issue 9 (September 2012) Table 4: What is the nature of your job? Position in Top Management Manager Supervisor Employee Total (Source: Primary Data) No. of Respondents 2 5 15 28 50 % 4 10 30 56 100 ISSN: 2249-7382 Table 5: What is the nature of your job? Position in Top Management Manager Supervisor Employee Total (Source: Primary Data) No. of Respondents 2 5 15 28 50 % 4 10 30 56 100 Table 6: Does your organization appreciate your work? Position in Yes No Can’t Say Total (Source: Primary Data) No. of Respondents 28 18 4 50 % 56 36 8 100 Table 7: How much you satisfied you are with the Training and Development facilities provided by you organization at various levels? Level of Training & Development Initial Training Ongoing Training for the performance of the Job Career Development Support (Source: Primary Data) Very Satisfactory 5 10
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