Impact of Motivation on Employee Job Performance

11448 Words Aug 30th, 2012 46 Pages
CHAPTER ONE
1.1 INTRODUCTION
There are three factors in every organization. These factors are; culture, structural and resources-material and human. Human resource is the pillar of every organization. They are led by managers who control, plan, coordinate, direct lead and organize other resources to achieve the objectives of that establishment.
The job of a manager in the workplace is to get things done through employees. To do this the manager should be able to motivate employees adequately. By observing what someone says or does in a given situation, one can draw reasonable inferences about his or her underlying motivation.
Motivation is a decision-making process, through which the individual chooses the desired outcomes and sets in
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This high productivity benefits the government in terms of tax, shareholders in terms of dividend, employees in terms of salary increment and welfare provision, and employers in terms of efficiency as a result of the stewardship. The findings, analysis and recommendations of the study could be used as basis of policy formulation. The study also helps in further research about the importance of motivation in improving upon productivity. 1.6 METHODOLOGY The research will make use of both primary and secondary sources of data. In the primary source, questionnaires and interviews were granted. Secondary data will be collected from news papers, other related researches, internet, journals and text books.

1.7 LIMITATION * Time constrains. Combining studies and research work as students is difficult. Also, the time that is allocated for the research to be completed is not enough to collect all relevant information for the work. * Cost constrains. Another problem will be the cost involve in doing the research. These costs include typing, printing, and binding the research work and transport cost to the research company. * Information constrains. Getting access to information is difficult. This is due to the reluctance of personnel at the research company to divulge information that will help in the research. 1.8