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Arsalan Zafar

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Samia Umar
Madiha Jaffri

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Employees Motivation

Employees are only motivated by salary increment or other factors also plays important role or influence their motivation.

What are the other factors that can influence employees Motivation

Do factors other than salary increment effects or influence employees motivation?

Questionnaire

Dependent

Independent

Motivation

Gender
Age Experience

Satisfaction
Work Environment Salary Parks

Appraisal
Promotion Involvement in Decision Making

Literature Review

T-test for motivation and Experience can be expressed as follow:


Levene's Test for Equality of Variances t-test for Equality of Means Sig. (2F Since how many years you Equal have been working in this organization variances assumed Equal variances not assumed .388 .536 .865 48 .392 .30070 .34775 Sig. t df tailed) Mean Difference Std. Error Difference

.919

1.764E1

.370

.30070

.32719

This table show that how much dependent variable depends on independed variable. As shown in the above table the significance value of the 2-tailed t-test is (p-value= .392). The confidence interval is .05. As the p-value is greater than the confidence interval value (p-value>05) so, we are unable to reject Ho: Work experience affects motivational level. Thats mean the work experience is motivating employees.

T-test for motivation and Environment satisfaction can be expressed as follow


Levene's Test for Equality of Variances t-test for Equality of Means Sig. (2F are you satisfied with the incentive provided by the organization Equal variances assumed Equal variances .998 Sig. t .323 5.38885 E0 6.15840 E0 48 .000 df tailed) Mean Std. Error

Difference Difference 1.75991E0

.32658

2.003E 1

not
assumed

.000

1.75991E0

.28577

This table shows that how much dependent variable depends on independed variable. As shown in the above table the significance value of the 2-tailed t-test is (p-value= .000). The confidence interval is .05. As the p-value is smaller than the confidence interval value (pvalue <.05) so, we reject Ho: Working environment motivates employees. Thats mean the working environment does not motivate the employees.

T-test for motivation and Promotion can be expressed as follow


Levene's Test for Equality of Variances t-test for Equality of Means Sig. (2F Effective promotional opportunities Equal variances assumed Equal variances not assumed 1.347E1 .001 -6.378 48 .000 -2.49650 .39144 Sig. t df tailed) Mean Difference Std. Error Difference

-1.011E1 4.431E1

.000

-2.49650

.24687

Tabl2 2: shows that how much dependent variable depends on independed variable. As shown in the above table the significance value of the 2-tailed t-test is (p-value= .000). The confidence interval is .05. As the p-value is smaller than the confidence interval value (pvalue <.05) so, we reject Ho: Promotion opportunities motivate employees. Thats mean the promotional opportunities does not motivate the employees.

T-test for motivation and Incentive can be expressed as follow:


Levene's Test for Equality of Variances t-test for Equality of Means Sig. (2F are you satisfied with the incentive provided by the organization Equal variances assumed Equal variances not assumed .998 Sig. t .323 5.38885 E0 6.15840 E0 48 .000 df tailed) Mean Std. Error

Difference Difference 1.75991E0

.32658

2.003E 1

.000

1.75991E0

.28577

This table shows that how much dependent variable depends on independed variable. As shown in the above table the significance value of the 2-tailed t-test is (p-value= .000). The confidence interval is .05. As the p-value is smaller than the confidence interval value (pvalue <.05) so, we reject Ho: Parks plays important part in employee motivation. Thats mean the parks does not motivate the employees.

T-test for motivation and Decision making can be expressed as follow:

Levene's Test for Equality of Variances t-test for Equality of Means Sig. (2F Involvement in decision Equal 4.012 .051 -2.529 48 .015 -.68765 .27188 Sig. t df tailed) Mean Difference Std. Error Difference

making by top management variance s assumed Equal variance s not assumed

-3.357

2.801E1

.002

-.68765

.20485

shows that how much dependent variable depends on independed variable. As shown in the above table the significance value of the 2-tailed t-test is (p-value= .015). The confidence interval is .05. As the p-value is smaller than the confidence interval value (p-value <.05) so, we reject Ho: Involvement in decision making motivates employees. Thats mean the involvement in decision making does not motivate the employees

CONCLUSION
There are numerous factors that affect motivation level among employees; we have selected different factors such as Experience, Satisfaction, incentive, Salary, Job security, Promotion, Decision making, incentive, work experience and work environment. On the basis of all these factors we wanted to know that to what extent these factors influence employee motivation, we made hypothesis on the basis of these independent variables and ran simple T-test, than we analyze the results and on the basis of outcomes we infer that among all the variables work experience is the only factor that is affecting employee motivation positively and is important for high level of inspiration for employees