HRM Activities Facilitate Employee Motivation & Job Satisfaction – Essential for Promoting Commitment & Long Term Organizational Performance
Chandrakant Varma Dec 2013, HRM Activities Facilitate Employee Motivation & Job Satisfaction – Essential for Promoting Commitment & Long Term Organizational Performance, ASIA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on ‘Changing Business Practices in Current Environment 2013, ISBN: 978-93-5062-342-8
Posted: 21 Nov 2017 Last revised: 12 Sep 2021
Date Written: December 1, 2013
Organizations universally are facing unwieldy issue of losing competent employees due to decreasing job satisfaction and lack of motivation is the most challenging task. It is job satisfaction will raise the motivation and morale of the employees and will create organizational commitment. Organizations can enhance the experience of the employees through its employee management policies and practices. There has to be a well thought-out approach towards creating an environment for attracting, nurturing and maintaining talented employee base. This present an opportunity as well as responsibility on Human resource management division of the firm so as to create a framework which supports the organizational objective. The HR professionals of the organization will have to understand the factor which raise or decreases the level of motivation and results job satisfaction or dissatisfaction. Hence the HR of the organization will have to create an understanding of composing a fine tune while compiling different factors of human resource management, i.e. take account of which factor maters the most. It also should be noted that composition of such factors is not same as for the all organization this further creates importance of such study to create a list of most important factors of motivation. The study intends to bring forth HRM factors of employee motivation and job satisfaction which influence the productivity and performance of the employees and ultimately the organizational performance.
Keywords: Employee Job satisfaction, Employee Motivation, Human resource Management, Organizational commitment
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