Employee’s Motivation and the Organizational Performance
NurMahfuzah Mohammad Amin
Instructor: Mohd Khairul Abu Sufi
This research paper seeks to elaborate on motivating factors which can lead to increase the organizational performance. It is further discuss about the good attitude of the employer and the positivity in the corporate culture as a main factor to boost up the employees performance in the organization. the research paper was conclude that in real life, a good attitude of the employer and the positivity in the corporate culture can make their organization to understand the vision and mission of the organization itself. It is because by understanding the vision and mission deeply can give a higher percentage of believe of the company or organization and simultaneously it will lead to motivate the employees to increase their performance.
In today’s competitive business environment, organizations can no longer afford to waste the potential of their workforce. There are key factors in the employee’s workplace environment that impact greatly on their level of motivation and performance. The workplace environment that is set in a workplace gives impact to the employee morale, productivity and engagement either in a positive way or negative way. It is not just coincidence that new programs addressing lifestyle changes, work/life balance, health and fitness - previously not considered key benefits - are now primary considerations of potential employees, and common practices among the most admired companies.
In an effort to motivate workers, firms have implemented a number of practices such as performance based pay, employment security agreements, practices to help balance work and family, as well as various forms of information sharing. In addition to motivation, workers need the skills and ability to do their job effectively. And for many firms, training the worker has become a necessary input into the production process.
This study also investigates the power of motivation in a workplace area that can lead a better performance of the employees in various field of working areas. It is also implies the relationship between the manager’s leadership style and the organizational commitment when they’ are being motivated. Today's fast-moving business environment demands that the effective manager be both a well-organized administrator and highly adapt in understanding people's basic needs and behavior in the workplace. Gaining commitment, nurturing talent, and ensuring employee motivation and productivity require open communication and trust between managers and staff.
The objectives of the study are to examine the essential of motivation the corporate culture and leadership styles that can increase the performance of employees. Relationship between motivation, corporate culture, leadership style and performance of employees in the Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences (KENMS) are also examined.
Motivation in simple terms may be understood as a set of forces that will cause people to behave in certain ways. A motivated employee generally is more quality oriented. Highly motivated worker are more productive than apathetic worker. One reason why motivation is a difficult task is that the workforce is changing. Employees join organizations with different needs and expectations. Their values, beliefs, background, lifestyles, perceptions and attitudes are different. Performance can be defined as the accomplishment of a given task measured against preset known standard accuracy, completeness, cost and speed. In a contract, performance is deemed to be fulfillment of an obligation, in a manner that releases the performer from all liabilities under the contract. The researcher believes that the implication of motivation will increase the performance of...
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