The Effect Of Different Motivation Strategies On The Performance Of Different Employees Within The Workplace

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The effect of different motivation strategies on the performance of different employees within the workplace



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In this study we try to explore the concept of “Motivation” in a holistic context. The main focus of the research is on “part-time and full-time employees” and its relation with “effect motivational strategies”. The research also analyzes many aspects of “motivation” and tries to gauge its effect on “contractual and permanent employees”. Finally the research describes various factors which are responsible for “motivating part-time and full-time employees” and tries to describe the overall effect of “motivation” on “employees working on part-time and full-time contractual basis”.




Background of the study1

Problem Statement1

Research Aims and Objectives1

Rationale/ Nature of the study3



Defining Motivation4

Historical Contributions6

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs7

David McClelland's Need Theory10

Victor Vroom's Expectancy Theory13

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivators: Frederick Herzberg15

Employees' perceived service quality27

Consequences of employees' perceived service quality28

Antecedents of employees' perceived service quality29

Control variables33

Managerial implications36

The impact of the shifting pensions landscape on the psychological contract39

Occupational pension schemes and their role in the psychological contract41

Employees' perceptions of occupational pensions and the psychological contract43

Full time employees48

Part time employees50

Comparison of part time and full time employees52

Views of motivation by full-time employees53

Motivation in the eyes of part-time employees54

Nursing and Care Homes55

A little scoop regarding care homes61

BUPA Care Homes63

Senior Housing quality level at BUPA64

BUPA: A holistic concept65


Research Design67

Research Ethics67

Literature search criteria68

Search techniques used68

Keywords used68

Theoretical framework68


Factors Affecting Performance71

Mechanisms of performance management72

Performance management and incentive mechanism73

The role of performance management74

Performance management, promotion management processes and business process optimization75

Key elements of performance management75

Performance Management of Several Typical Models75

The characteristics of good performance management system81

Errors Enterprise Performance Management83




For understanding the proper, effective and efficient functioning of the organization, one requires substantial amounts and accounts of motivation and strategies and tactics that help you get the work done within the context of the organization and retaining employees within the firm. This study shall encompass motivation, its strategies, history and culture that should be implemented for the purpose of making a particular organization with strong footing and that continues to struggle in hopes of becoming the best of them all.

Background of the study

For the study conducted, we require resources that shall help us identify key constituents that have been undertaken for the purpose and objective of intending motivation to employees around the company. In order to achieve this target to be achieved, our study of focus shall be on the employee working part-time and full-time in a particular organization.

Problem Statement

The problem statement that shall be used as primary parameter for the ...
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