Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Business, Management and Economics
The Impact of Motivation on Employee Performance: A Case Study of Public and Private Schools in Talata
Mafara Zamfara and Khaltumi S.G Mustapha
Employee motivation is considered as a force that drives the employees toward attaining specific goals and objectives of an organization. Nowadays motivation has become one of the most indispensable factor in management toward the achievement of organizational goals. There nothing more central to management than the question of human motivation. The main objectives of the study is to find out that what kind of motivation factors influence Nigerian employee and also to find out to which extent motivation affect the employee performance. 200 data are collected from teachers from some selected public school and private in Talata Mafara and by using self-administered questionnaire. Structured interview was also carry out with the management of the schools. Descriptive analysis is applied is applied to find the effect of employee motivation on employee’s performance involving five variables. Employee promotion, employee motivation, employees performance, employee perceived training effectiveness and intrinsic reward. The result of this work shows that there is positive and significant relationship exist between employee motivation and employee performance. It also show that promotion and intrinsic reward has positive impact on employee performance. They were providing with training courses but the training are implemented fully for them and even those that received the training it is ineffective because it not good enough to motivate them.
Keywords: Employee Motivation, Intrinsic Reward, Promotion, Performance and Training.