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Title: DRIVERS OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION FOR MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYEES IN UAE’S WORKING SECTOR
Authors: Al Katheri, Ragi Rezq
Keywords: employee motivation
employee satisfaction
employee performance
organizational performance
employee efficiency
competitive advantage
profit maximization
social recognition
monetary benefits
working environment
remuneration packages
public and private sector organizations
employee engagements
male and female employees
social recognition
job enrichment
job satisfaction
Issue Date: Oct-2015
Publisher: The British University in Dubai (BUiD)
Abstract: This paper delves into the motivational and employee engagement factors in the working sector of the UAE. Also, employee satisfaction has been considered to find the relationship of these variables with employee efficiency. Furthermore, it has been found that the public and private sector organizations in the UAE have difference working environments due to which employees working in the public sector organizations are less satisfied by their jobs. In order to assess this, a sample of 30 employees working in both public and private sector organizations have been considered for conducting a survey that comprised of a qualitative questionnaire. The findings of this research reveal that there is a positive and direct relationship between employee motivation and employee efficiency. Also, increased satisfaction and engagement of employees lead towards higher productivity and output, which is necessary for organizations to gain a competitive advantage in the market Moreover, monetary benefits and social recognition were assessed as the biggest motivational factors for male and female employees, respectively. Other motivational factors include fringe benefits, better working conditions, job enrichment and promotions.
URI: http://bspace.buid.ac.ae/handle/1234/953
Appears in Collections:Dissertations for Human Resource Management (HRM)

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