THE ROLE OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION FACTOR ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF EDUCATION SECTORS IN KURDISTAN
AbstractThe research examines the role of motivation factors on organizational performance and particularly education sectors in Erbil. The study aims to determine the factors employee motivation that the most has role in education sectorâ€™s outcome. Â A quantitative research method employed to find out the most and the least employee motivation factors. However, the researcher distributed hard copy of surveys to the both administrative and academic staffs of education sectors in Erbil. From 200 surveys only 189 surveys have been fulfilled correctly. The findings revealed that recognition is the most influence motivation factors on education sectorsâ€™ outcome on the other hand job security is the least most influence motivation factors on education sectorsâ€™ outcome.
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