Effect of Employee Motivation on Job Performance: In Case of Fiche General Hospital

Dereje Muleta Lencho


Motivation is significant issues affecting human behavior and it is not only affecting other cognitive factor like perception and learning but also affects total performance of an individual in organization setting. Hence this study was focused on investigate the effect of employee motivation on their job performance in Fiche General hospital. It also intended to evaluate employee level of motivational and their level of job performance. In order to meet this objective, the researcher has used simple random sampling techniques; in collected from 179 employees out of 287, using Likert scale questionnaires. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics (mean, and standard deviation) and inferential statistics (correlation and regression). The result of the descriptive statistics finding indicated that the employee job performance has been under practiced in Fiche General Hospital. The results of inferential statistics have revealed that all motivational factors under study are positively related to employee job performance. According to this finding the employee empowerment practices is more significantly associated and has impacts on employee job performance than all motivational factors under study. Hence, managers of Fiche General Hospital as advised to more empower their employee in the work place as motivational tool in order to enhance their job performance.

Keywords: Empowerment, Job performance, Motivation, Fiche General Hospital

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