Importance Of Emotloyee Motivation

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A STUDY ON EMPLOYEES MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS AT OMEGA HEALTH CARE OF TRICHY *Dr.V.M.ANITHA RAJATHI, **U.JAYAPRITHA *Assistant Professor, Department of Management Studies, Anna University (BIT Campus), Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India **Final year PG student, Department of Management Studies, Anna University (BIT Campus), Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India Abstract Motivation plays an important role in all public and private organizations. Without motivating their employees organizations can’t run and can’t achieve their goals. It is the descriptive survey addressed seven motivating factors in the context of employee motivation theory. To describe the ranked importance of the following seven motivating factors: (a) job satisfaction, (b) personal…show more content…
These internal conditions are wishes, desires, goals, activate to move in a particular direction. Motivation is the general desire or willingness to do something. Motivation is the result of sensible and insensible factors such as strength of the desire or need, incentive or reward value of the goal and potentials of the individual. These factors play a dynamic role to promote the individual towards the specific goal. Motivation is the important feature in any organization, to motive the employees to the success of the organization. Actually motivation is an interior process that makes the person move to a goal. Motivation can’t be measured. This research was known as Hawthorne Studies. According to this study, employees require much more than just money. The study introduced the human relations approach to a company’s management. The main concentration was given to the basic necessities and motivation factors of employees. The periodical of the Hawthorne Study facilitated the understanding of factors that helped in motivating employees. There are some reasons that employees require to be motivated first, an organization can easily survive when employees are motivated. Studies have proved that motivated employees are more useful. Managers must below the factor that motivates employees with respect to the roles they…show more content…
Maslow, the basis of Maslow 's motivation theory is that human beings are motivated by unfulfilled needs, and that certain lower factors need to be fulfilled before higher needs can be fulfilled. According to Maslow, there are general types of needs (physiological, survival, safety, love, and esteem) that must be gratified before a person can act unselfishly. He called these needs "inefficiency needs." As long as we are motivated to gratify these cravings, we are moving to growth, to self-actualization. Sufficient needs is healthy, while preventing fulfillment makes us sick or act evilly. According to various literatures on motivation, individuals often have problems reliably enunciating what they want from a job. Therefore, employers have ignored what individual’s say that they want, instead telling employees what they want, based on what managers believe most people want below the environments. Frequently, these decisions have been based on Maslow 's needs hierarchy, including the factor of prepotency. As a person advances through an organization, his employer supplies or provides opportunities to gratify needs higher on Maslow 's pyramid. Frederick (1959) has frustrated to modify Maslow’s need Hierarchy theory. His theory is also known as two-factor theory or Hygiene theory. He specified that there are certain satisfiers and dissatisfies for employees at work. Intrinsic factors are related to job satisfaction, while extrinsic factors are associated with

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