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Study of Organizational Environment, Incentives and Promotion and its Effect on Employee`s Motivation

Mattiullah Butt (), Pei Hu, Khuram Shafi and Babur Hayat Malik

International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 2015, vol. 5, issue 3, 91-99

Abstract: Motivation is an important factor for organizational growth. This study was undertaken with two primary goals in mind. Our first objective was to address the need for a quantitative review of the relationships between psychological climate and individual-level outcomes. This was accomplished using meta-analytic procedures to generate a correlation matrix among the five psychological climate categories and the outcome variables that have been researched in prior psychological climate studies. Our second goal was to examine alternative structural models that describe the effects of psychological climate perceptions on employee attitudes (such as satisfaction, commitment, and job involvement), motivation, and performance. The study tells that motivation is the force that characterized people’s determination and efforts at work. We also examined the relationship between employee motivation with the organizational environment, wages, incentive & benefits and promotion. For this purpose, four independent variables of organizational environment, wages, incentive & benefits and promotion were used. We see their impact on employee motivation, for this purpose different statistical tools and techniques were applied that includes sampling, data collection techniques and methods. With the help of questionnaire and SPSS software, we found the impact of independent variables on dependent variable. Motivation plays a vital role in the organization to retain its employees with work and company. Manger can increase the job satisfaction of employees by motivating them with these factors.

Keywords: Employee Motivation; organizational environment; wages; incentives &benefit and promotion (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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