The Relationship Between a Performance Management System and the Motivational Level of Employees: A Case Study at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development of the Republic of Mauritius
Rejandra Parsad Gunputh (),
Sandhya Gunnuck () and
Sameerchand Pudaruth ()
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Rejandra Parsad Gunputh: University of Mauritius
Sandhya Gunnuck: Ministry of Finance and Economic Development
Sameerchand Pudaruth: University of Mauritius
Theory Methodology Practice (TMP), 2017, vol. 13, issue 02, 25-34
This research is mainly focussed on analysing a Performance Management System (PMS) and its impact on the motivational level of employees at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED) of the Republic of Mauritius. A survey was carried out using the convenience sampling technique to grasp the views of the employees. 200 questionnaires were distributed and the response rate was 55%. The results indicate that the main elements of a PMS process which are motivating elements for employees were missing in the organisation: regular feedback, communication and training. Thus, recommendations were made to the top management to market the concept of PMS, improve the communication strategy and feedback strategy, encourage employee participation and recognition, link PMS to pay and training and provide a supporting management who would promote organisational learning.
Keywords: performance management system; motivation; public sector (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J28 M54 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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