Research and analysis report
Project Topic 6
The identification of key factors or indicators in the motivation of employees in an organization of your choice.
By: ACCA Student No :
Table of Contents
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Reason for choosing the topic Aims and objectives Company background Definition of motivation Key factors of motivation Motivation models and theories
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2.1 2.2 2.3 Secondary research Primary research Limitations
Analysis and Findings
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Financial incentives Rewards and recognition Training Career advancement Flexible working time Job satisfaction Job security Relationship with colleagues Key motivation factors comparison
Conclusions and Recommendations
Questionnaire 24 26
Reasons for choosing the topic
The topic I have chosen is “The identification of key factors or indicators in the motivation of employees in an organization of your choice”. (Topic no.6) Focusing on the identification of key factors in the motivation of employees of Chiptronics (an organization of my choice). Reasons for choosing the topic are as follows: - In today increasingly competitive business world, a highly motivated workforce is vital in order to achieve good results. - The company I have chosen for this study is expanding, with increasing number of employees, they are experiencing productivity issue with low output and on the other hand high staff turnover. Through employees’ motivation, it is intended to improve the situation.
Chiptronics, the company I have selected for this research is an organization representing manufacturers of equipment, machinery and tools for PCB assembly & semiconductor industry. The organization was founded in Singapore in January 1994 with a two man run company
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