Is the Improvement of the Employee Motivation Process truly an Organisational Objective?!
Ramona-Cristina Balanescu ()
Proceedings CATES 2017, 2018, vol. 4, 53-66
The organisational goals and objectives can only be accomplished through the joint efforts of its members. One of the must-haves that make some organisations be more productive than others consists of the quality and quantity of the efforts their employees put in, efforts which are related to motivation. In order for the people to work well, they must be strongly involved in their activities, and willing to reach certain goals, ranging from the simplest ones (such as, the wish to make money, to get back home quickly or to have more spare time), to the more complex ones, which also serve the organisation (to do important things, to find new and effective methods, to do what they like). The topic approached in this paper focuses on the description of different aspects of the motivational process in privately-owned company, for the analysis of which, an interdisciplinary approach method shall be used, combining management consultancy and organisational psychology. The data collection methods were: questionnaires and individual and group interviews. Furthermore, the described research aims at identifying both the causes leading to the drop in the employee motivation within the given organisation, and at making recommendations for improving the motivation process.
Keywords: motivation; organization; satisfaction; performance; remuneration. Title of Book: Communicative Action & Transdisciplinarity in the Ethical Society (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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