Effects of Training and Motivation Practices on Performance and Task Efficiency: The Case of Brunei Meat Slaughterhouses
Hjh Siti Noradi Hidayati Hj Abas,
Hjh Noorhidayatul Hafizah Hj Md Yussof,
Fatin Nuramarina Yusra and
Pg Siti Rozaidah Pg Hj Idris
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Hjh Siti Noradi Hidayati Hj Abas: Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei
Hjh Noorhidayatul Hafizah Hj Md Yussof: Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei
Fatin Nuramarina Yusra: Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei
Pg Siti Rozaidah Pg Hj Idris: Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei
International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM), 2021, vol. 12, issue 4, 59-74
This paper solely focuses on the two Brunei halal meat slaughterhouses and offers suggestions on how these findings can translate into considerations for the halal industry in Brunei. In Islamic law, dhabīḥah is the prescribed method of ritual slaughter of all lawful halal animals. This method of slaughtering lawful animals has several conditions to be fulfilled. This method requires proper training and mindset in order to be carried out correctly. This research is explorative using qualitative primary data collection through the use of interviews. The participants comprise slaughterhouse employees using a purposive sampling method. The intent is that this research adds to the body of literature seeking to understand the complexities of training and motivation in meat slaughterhouses and offer insight on the complexities between training, motivation, and performance. It also identifies how differences in organisational structure can impact the approach to the training and employee motivation approaches.
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