DIRECTIONS FOR IMPROVING OF THE LABOR MOTIVATIONAL SYSTEM THROUGHT ANALYSIS OF WORKERS’ MOTIVES AND NEEDS AT THE NATIONAL ENTERPRISES

Keywords: job satisfaction, value orientations, needs, motives, work motivation, work organization

Abstract

Object of research: the article presents the results of a study conducted by the authors by interviewing employees of industrial enterprises on such important issues as satisfaction with the level of work organization, work performed, motives of job attractiveness, equipment of workplaces, job satisfaction and wages, work motives and the relationship of wages with the final results of work.

Solved problem: increasing the level of work motivation by creating motives for attractiveness, job satisfaction and wages of workers at industrial enterprises of Ukraine.

Main scientific results: a close connection between value orientations and motives of human activity is proved. The need to improve the system of labor motivation at enterprises, increase employee satisfaction with their work by optimizing the level of wages, creating optimal working conditions, sufficient equipment of workplaces. The existing organization of work does not fully correspond to the manifestation of the abilities of employees and work with full efficiency, only with rare exceptions, most respondents said they were satisfied with the work performed.

Scope of practical use of research results: research results can be used for increase of level of motivation of work of workers, perfection of the organization of work, creation of motives of attractiveness, increase of satisfaction with the work and wages of workers at the industrial enterprises of Ukraine. All measures to improve the organization of labor should be primarily aimed at increasing social and creative activity, independence in work. In a market economy, it is not enough just to follow their job descriptions, without initiative and independence. Therefore, the requirements for employees and their qualities are growing.

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Author Biographies

Tetiana Kulynych, Kharkiv College of Trade and Economics Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics

Department of economics, management and administration

Inna Rudenko, Kharkiv College of Trade and Economics Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics

Department of economics, management and administration

Nataliia Postolna, Kharkiv College of Trade and Economics Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics

Department of economics, management and administration

Iryna Torianik, Kharkiv College of Trade and Economics Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics

Department of tourism and socio-humanitarian disciplines

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2020-06-30
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Kulynych, T., Rudenko, I., Postolna, N., Holovanova, O., Torianik, I., & Vnukovska-Mistal, O. (2020). DIRECTIONS FOR IMPROVING OF THE LABOR MOTIVATIONAL SYSTEM THROUGHT ANALYSIS OF WORKERS’ MOTIVES AND NEEDS AT THE NATIONAL ENTERPRISES. ScienceRise, (3), 16-22. https://doi.org/10.21303/2313-8416.2020.001337
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Social communications in the society development