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Title: A Study on the Relationship between Labour Productivity and Motivation; With Special Reference to Hirdaramani Group of Companies
Authors: Bandara, K.M.N.S.
Weligodapola, M
Keywords: Employee Motivation
Labour Productivity
Degree of Satisfaction
Hierarchy of Needs
Operational level workers
Issue Date: 11-Jul-2013
Series/Report no.: PG/IM/;0028
Abstract: Human motivation is the driving force by which humans achieve their goals and labour productivity is influenced by human motivation. A labour intensive product oriented organization is appropriate to carry out a research study on labour productivity and human motivation. Though a number of programs and activities have been arranged to enhance the human motivation, the organization has not assessed their effectiveness. Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs was used as a tool to perform a research study to monitor the employee motivation and labour productivity. Thereby a questionnaire was designed to monitor the level of satisfaction of the employees over the activities launched by the organization to enhance employee motivation. Being a qualitative aspect, level of satisfaction of the employee was categorized into five levels in the order of descending by using William Stephenson’s Q-sort scale method. According to the sample study, degree of satisfaction of operational level employees was found between “above average level” and “moderate level” which is below the highest level. It emphasizes that further improvements can be arranged to enhance the employee motivation which influence to increase the labour productivity.
Description: VOL.1,JANUARY 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/90
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