Employees’ assessment of motivation factors

Keywords: internal motivation, external motivation, employee, salary, job guarantee.

Abstract

The focus of this present study was the ranking of factors (assessment of importance) by employees and managers. Studying these factors is of special importance in concluding which of internal and external motivators are mostly evaluated by employees. It recommends to managers where to put emphasis to meet employees’ expectations. Factors that are mostly evaluated by public sector employees involved in the study include: good salaries (10), employee loyalty (9), feeling that the job is diverse and interesting (8); and those factors which are less evaluated include: supervistor’s help with personal issues (1) feeling of being included in organization (2). Meanwhile, factors that private sector employees evaluate most include: good salaries (10), feeling of being recognized (9), job guarantee (8), and less evaluated are: supervistor’s help with personal issues (1) diverse and interesing job (2).

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Author Biographies

Marinela Teneqexhi, University “Fan S. Noli”

Department of Management

Elda Dollija, University “Fan S. Noli”

Department of Management

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Published
2021-03-31
How to Cite
Teneqexhi, M., & Dollija, E. (2021). Employees’ assessment of motivation factors. Technology Transfer: Innovative Solutions in Social Sciences and Humanities, 21-23. https://doi.org/10.21303/2613-5647.2021.001675
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Business, management and accounting