Influence of Motivation on Employees Performance in the Tanzania Public Sector

Kigongo, Jamila Zaniali (2021) Influence of Motivation on Employees Performance in the Tanzania Public Sector. Masters thesis, The Open University of Tanzania.

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This research aimed to investigate ‘influence of motivation on employees performance’’ The study was held in Tanzania Ports Authorities in Dar es Salaam. The study was guided by three specific Objectives namely to examine how salary increment influence employee performance, to examine how job security influence employee performance and lastly to examine how promotion influence employee performance at TPA.Different motivation factors, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory (Abraham Maslow 1940) and Hygiene Factor theory (Herzberg 1968). Structured questionnaires and interview were exploited to collect Data. Data analysis was done using multivariate techniques like descriptive with help of Statistical Packages. The findings show that motivation factors are vital instrument of influenceemployee’sperformance at TPA.This study found that 89.5% of respondent agreed that salary increments as influence of employee performance in organization.100% means all respondent they also agreed on the promotion as the variable that influence employee performance in organization. But also job security is one of the variables, which influence the job performances and being supported by respondent and agreed on most like workers union by 54.7%.There is a necessity to improve on some of the preconditions as stated by Herzberg, which therefore calls for improving certain specific base linefactors through: The need to improve on supervision of the employees at all levels of the Commission. There is a need to improve on the working conditions at the TPA especially for the lowest cadres. Keywords: Motivation and Employee Performance, Forms of Motivation and Employee Performance

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: 600 Technology > 658 Gerneral management
Divisions: Faculty of Business Management > Department of Leadership and Governance
Depositing User: Mr Habibu Kazimzuri
Date Deposited: 05 Jan 2023 14:19
Last Modified: 20 Jan 2023 08:44

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