THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION ON PRODUCTIVITY IN A MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATION. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY, WARRI)


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ABSTRACT The research work was carried out to know the effect of employee motivation on productivity in a manufacturing organization.  The research going the motion that motivation is one of the factors which urge workers to work efficiently and effectively which lead to an increase in productivity and achieving the objectives of an organization management should try to see that workers are satisfies with the working condition and environment of the organization as these will; help workers to work effectively, satisfaction of subordinates who are involve in every organization activities is a basic tool for any manager to carry his function very well.  Knowing the effects of employee motivation on productivity, managers should use the right motivational techniques which will satisfy his workers in order to achieve the organizational goals or objectives.  From the researcher’s experience in Nigeria Bottling Company Limited, Warri, Delta State, his area of interest was the effect of employee motivation aspects and he notice some administrative flow in the managerial motivational.  The method of data analysis for his study were seared, scored and radically analyzed.  The percentage was applied in the result of these analysts which were used and for testing the research questions and decided on the study.  It is very obvious that the effect of employee motivation on productivity in manufacturing organization is vital for any organization that want to increase productivity and make profits.  Based on the research study, the researcher recommended the following points that will help the company (Nigeria Bottling Company Ltd) to achieve their objectives.  They are:

1.                 Participative system of leadership should be adopted by the management.

2.                 The recognition and application of some motivational theories like maslow’s hierarchy of needs, Hertzberg’s two factor theory and Vrooms expectancy theory will be good instrument to managers in motivating his employee to get their benefit like bonuses and awards, retirement gratuity and  pension.

3.                 Promotion should be based on individual merit and relates to achievement and ability to perform.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title                                                                                                            i

Approval                                                                                                     ii       

Dedication                                                                                                   iii      

Acknowledgement                                                                                       iv

Abstract                                                                                                      v       

Table of Contents                                                                                        vii

Chapter One

1.0       Introduction                                                                                    1

1.1       Background of the study                                                                  1

1.2       Statement of the problem                                                                 2

1.3       Purpose of the study                                                                         3

1.4       Significant of the study                                                                    3

1.5       Research questions                                                                          3

1.6       Scope of the study                                                                           4

1.7       Definition of terms                                                                          4

            Chapter Two

2.0       Literature review                                                                              6

2.1       The Effect of Employee Motivation on Productivity                         6

2.2       The Importance of employee motivation                                           6

2.3       Employee’s Motivation Lead to Productivity                                    7

2.4       Employee’s Motivation Lead to Organizational Objective                 7

2.5     Types of Motivation                                                                          8

2.6     Summary of Literature Review                                                           11

          Chapter Three

3.0     Research Methodology                                                                       12

3.1     Design of the Study                                                                           12

3.2     Area of the Study                                                                               12

3.3     Population of the study                                                                       12

3.4     Sample of the Study                                                                           13

3.5     Instrument for Data Collection                                                           13

3.6     Validation of the Instrument                                                               13

3.7     Distribution and Retrieval of Instrument                                             13

3.8     Method of Data Analysis                                                                    13.    

Chapter Four

4.0     Data Presentation and Analysis                                                          14

4.1     Data Analysis                                                                                    14

          Chapter Five

5.0     Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation                                      19

5.1     Summary of Findings                                                                        19

5.2     Conclusion                                                                                        19

5.3     Recommendation                                                                              20

5.4     Suggestion for Further Study                                                              21

          Reference                                                                                          22

          Appendix                                                                                           23

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