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IMPACT OF MOTIVATION ON WORKPLACE PERFORMANCE: A WORK MODEL FOR MILLENNIALS

ABSTRACT:  Motivation is and has always been the cardinal talk of discussion for management of any organisation. With Millennials joining the organisations, it’s becoming difficult for employers to retain them. An organisation invests its resources in molding and shaping its employees and so is always interested in retaining its employees. Millennials can be retained by motivating them to the core and bringing out best in them. There are different needs of an employee, which if fulfilled keeps their working morale high. This paper proposes a motivation model which is based on the factors affecting the performance of an employee at his workplace. The building blocks of this model are the ERG theory of needs. The new formed model defines factors which are a combination of financial and non financial incentives, responsible for boosting motivation of an employee. The study also tries to identify the prominent underlying factors responsible for increasing the level of motivation. Following a descriptive methodology, the study uses a structured questionnaire in which the data was recorded from a sample of 100 Millennials belonging to different age group of employees. The study attempts to find the preference of type of incentives preferred by employees to keep them motivated.

Keywords: Salary; Recognition; Acknowledgement; Job security; Incentives; Motivation; Performance.

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C-RIM Poonam Arora

St. Kabir Institute of Professional Studies, Ahmedabad, 380054, India


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