Motivational factors, commitment, satisfaction and its effects to the work performance of employees in the business environment
Jesrel S Roña
Employees are the heart of any business firms and organization, they are the one who complete and make the business to become effective and efficient for the both parties. Most of the organizations under business strive hard to survive, together with the equipped personnel and business strategy, in this volatile and fierce competition in the business industry. Nowadays as the technology move in fast paced where changes occur with just one snap, the needs to adapts with these changes becomes the vital requirement to cope up with new trends in the business world and by that employee’s performance in every firms becomes the most crucial basis if the firms meet the demand of the changes happen in the industry. This article will briefly describe how work performance and work satisfaction of the employees affects business firms in meeting the necessity in the industry and what are the different findings from different studies conducted in identifying the relationship between the employee’s performance and the business progress and status in the industry. This article will reveal the importance of employee’s satisfaction and what are the factors that motivates them to improve perform well in every affiliation that they belong to, towards the attainment of company’s goals in providing the needed service in the market environment. Also, this article will show the different finding and solution applied to address the problem with regards to the work performance of the employees towards job productivity, efficiency, and affectivity of individual in the field and how they used it in meeting all the demands and overcome the challenges in the business environment.
Jesrel S Roña. Motivational factors, commitment, satisfaction and its effects to the work performance of employees in the business environment. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 6, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 249-254