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研究生:武春海
研究生(外文):Vu Xuan Hai
論文名稱:The Study of Factors Impact on Work Motivation in Petro Vietnam Exploration Production Corporation (PVEP)
論文名稱(外文):The Study of Factors Impact on Work Motivation in Petro Vietnam Exploration Production Corporation (PVEP)
指導教授:葉榮椿葉榮椿引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yeh, Ron Chuen
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:美和科技大學
系所名稱:企業管理系經營管理碩士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2017
畢業學年度:105
語文別:英文
中文關鍵詞:motivationemployee performanceorganizational performancemotivation techniques
外文關鍵詞:motivationemployee performanceorganizational performancemotivation techniques
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This research paper investigates a study on factors affecting employee’s motivation at Petro Vietnam Exploration Production Corporation (PVEP). Motivating employees is vital to any business organization. It can lead to increased productivity and allow an organization to achieve higher levels of output. This thesis has been being studied to explore the factors impact on work motivation. It can lead to increased productivity and allow an organization to achieve higher levels of output. This thesis has been being studied to explore the factors impact on work motivation. Furthermore, it also builts up a model to measure the work motivation in PVEP with four factors: communication, recognition, salary and benefits, and work conditions. Additionally, this study also examines the descriptive information such as age, gender, work experience, and income level.
Concerns were found with the employees motivation and performance and the relationship between them clearly defined in the literature review and lately have been discussed in the findings and discussions based on the data analysis done. In order to collect data, interview has been done for people from 200 employees of all official departments, as well as technical divisions in the organization. Questionnaire survey papers were distributed to all employees stated above, and they were willing to fulfill all questionnaire papers delivered.
This research results can help PVEP to evaluate their employees and give them some suggestions to improve their employee’s work motivation. It can also be applied for other small and medium enterprises. Hence, those enterprises can choose the most suitable solution to maintain and improve employees’ work motivation.
After investigating PVEP’s employees by distributed questionnaire, it was found that three factors communication, salary and benefits, and recognition are related to work motivation of PVEP’s employees and these factors can be used to measure PVEP employees’ work motivation. Recognition is the factor which has much higher influence than communication and salary and benefits.
This result is valuable for PVEP in planning to have the right policies to improve its employees’ work motivation.
This research paper investigates a study on factors affecting employee’s motivation at Petro Vietnam Exploration Production Corporation (PVEP). Motivating employees is vital to any business organization. It can lead to increased productivity and allow an organization to achieve higher levels of output. This thesis has been being studied to explore the factors impact on work motivation. It can lead to increased productivity and allow an organization to achieve higher levels of output. This thesis has been being studied to explore the factors impact on work motivation. Furthermore, it also builts up a model to measure the work motivation in PVEP with four factors: communication, recognition, salary and benefits, and work conditions. Additionally, this study also examines the descriptive information such as age, gender, work experience, and income level.
Concerns were found with the employees motivation and performance and the relationship between them clearly defined in the literature review and lately have been discussed in the findings and discussions based on the data analysis done. In order to collect data, interview has been done for people from 200 employees of all official departments, as well as technical divisions in the organization. Questionnaire survey papers were distributed to all employees stated above, and they were willing to fulfill all questionnaire papers delivered.
This research results can help PVEP to evaluate their employees and give them some suggestions to improve their employee’s work motivation. It can also be applied for other small and medium enterprises. Hence, those enterprises can choose the most suitable solution to maintain and improve employees’ work motivation.
After investigating PVEP’s employees by distributed questionnaire, it was found that three factors communication, salary and benefits, and recognition are related to work motivation of PVEP’s employees and these factors can be used to measure PVEP employees’ work motivation. Recognition is the factor which has much higher influence than communication and salary and benefits.
This result is valuable for PVEP in planning to have the right policies to improve its employees’ work motivation.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I
ABSTRACT II
Contents IV
Tables V
Figures VI
Chapter1 Introduction 1
1.1 Research motivation 1
1.2 Research purpose 2
1.3 Research organization. 3
1.4 PVEP’s background information 5
1.4.1 General information 5
1.4.2 Vision and mission 6
1.4.3 PVEP’s staff 6
Chapter 2 Literature Review 9
2.1 Why to motivate employee 9
2.2 Motivation theory 10
2.2.1 Hierarchy Needs of Abraham Maslow’s Theory of Needs 11
2.2.2 ERG theory 13
2.2.3 Two-Factor Theory of Fredrick Herzberg 14
2.2.4 Acquired-Needs Theory of David McClelland’s 15
2.2.5 Comparison of the four motivational theories 16
2.3 The impact of work motivation on employees’ satisfaction and performance 17
2.4 The impact of employee performance on business productivity 19
2.5 The factors impact on work motivation of PVEP’s employees 21
2.5.1 Communication 21
2.5.2 Salary and benefits 21
2.5.3 Recognition 22
2.5.4 Work condition 22
Chapter 3 Research Methodology 23
3.1 Research framework and hypotheses test development 23
3.2 Research approach 24
3.3 Design of questionnaire survey 25
3.4 Sampling and data collection method 27
3.5 Statistical analysis 28
3.5.1 Descriptive analysis 28
3.5.2 Measurement model analysis (Cronbach’s alpha test) 28
3.5.3 Correlation analysis 28
3.5.4 Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) 29
3.5.5 Multiple Regression Analysis 29
Chapter 4 Research Results and Analysis 30
4.1 Descriptive analysis results 30
4.1.1 Frequency of descriptive information 30
4.1.2 Descriptive statistic 35
4.2 Reliability and validity test 37
4.2.1 Reliability and validity test of communication 37
4.2.2 Reliability and validity test of salary and benefits 37
4.2.3 Reliability and validity test of recognition 38
4.2.4 Reliability and validity test of work condition 39
4.2.5 Reliability and validity test of work motivation 39
4.3 Exploratory factor analysis 40
4.4 Multiple regression analysis 43
Chapter 5 Implications, Conclusions and Recommendations 45
5.1 Conclusions 45
5.2 Recommendations 45
References 47
Attachment 54
Appendix 1: Questionnaire paper 54
Appendix 2: Outcome of SPSS analysis 58
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