Role Of Motivation In The Construction Industry

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Motivation within the construction industry (1.2) Aim To investigate the role of motivation in workers performance in the construction industry. (1.3) Introduction Workers in any institution around the world, just as any other human, work better in environments that are suitable for them. This suitable environments range from better pay, good working conditions, healthy jobs and sometimes incentives such as bonuses for work well done and institutional team building efforts by the employers where workers and employers come together to do activities that are related (xxxxx,xxxxx). Employers are required to uphold certain levels of integrity when dealing with their employees as this is reflected in the employees’ perception of the work itself.…show more content…
A literature by xxxxxx presented that motivation is the arousal that deals with the drive or energy that is behind a person’s action to achieving a target. Additionally, in a presentation by xxxxxxx, the term motivation was stated to be a part of an individual’s behavior that persists, creating a directional action that tends to meet a certain goal. From these identifications of the definitions of the term motivation, xxxxxxxxx puts it clear that motivation entails the arousal and unidirectional drive towards meeting a given…show more content…
Therefore, the research did a quantitative analysis of the different hierarchical levels of the professionals in the construction industry at large. (3.2) Statement of Research Aim This research dissertation, the researcher aimed at finding out on the factors that motivate workers at achieving the projected objectives. This research study sought to determine what motivates the workers in the construction industry to achieving the company targets. Furthermore, this study sought to identify the factors that motivated the individuals in the construction industry from the management level to the workers below the managers in the industry. (3.3) Rationale of The Research Questionnaire In order to achieve the results required for the research, the researcher opted to use a research questionnaire that was made of ten questions. In order to achieve the required validity and reliability of the questionnaire, the researcher did a pilot study so as to critically develop research questions that would exactly meet objectives of the study. This was done through developing sample questionnaires for few ten individuals who were allowed to identify what areas of the research questions needed rephrasing or needed an improvement. This would then be used by the researcher to put down the research questions that would help the researcher meet the required
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