The Impact of Employee Motivation on Job Performance: A Case Study on Marriot Hotels (2013)

This dissertation assesses the impact of the employee motivation on job performance in order to achieve organizational goal. There are discussions on employee motivations and descriptions on their impact in order to fetch the goal of an organization. There are many types of relational data which are connected with the matter are collected and analysed in the work. Mainly the data are regarding the employees who are intervened with the questionnaire via working hours, over-time payment, incentives, refreshment etc.

This is an endeavour to prove the effect of the employee motivation towards the achievement of the goal of the organization. The true and relation data are collected from the employee directly and there is every attempt to prove that the employee motivation is essential for the achievement of organizational goal. There are industrialists who are also intervened for the fact i.e. working hours, over time payment, incentives, refreshment etc. They also agreed that these facts are crucial for the fulfilment of the organizational goal.

The ministry of labour is also intervened for the matter and they have also opined the same that is employee motivation is the key of the success of the organization. Overall it is noticed that everyone is agreed on the matter that organizational goal can’t only be achieved by the employees unless there is some contribution and relief from the employers’ side for the sake of the employee motivation. The aim of this research is to critically evaluate different motivational theories to find how employee motivation affects the employee performance. Dissertation objectives;

  • To examine different motivational theories in relation to employee performance
  • To identify and examine different factors that can motivate the personnel in their present work place
  • To find how motivation helps increasing performance of the employees
  • To examine the connection between employee motivation &the performance of the employees
  • 15,000 words – 110 pages in length
  • Good use of literature
  • Good in analysis of subject area
  • Well written throughout
  • Includes questionnaire
  • Ideal for HRM students

1 – Introduction
Purpose of the study
Aims & Objectives of the Research:
The Research Questions
Structure of the Research
Rationale for the Chosen Topic
Ethical Issues
Background of the Company: Marriot Hotel

2 – Literature Review
Human Resource Management
Importance of Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management Activities
Role of Employees in an Organisation
Relation of Employee Motivation to Performance
What is Motivation?
Work Motivation
Employee Motivation
Employee Motivation and Performance
Employee Motivation in the Hospitality Industry
Motivational Theories
Different Motivational Theories
Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory
McClelland’s Acquired Needs Theory
Alderfer’s ERG Theory
Theory X and Theory Y
Herzbergs Motivation-Hygiene Theory
Expectancy Theory
Motivational Theories: How Can It Help
Managerial Motivation Strategies
Motivational Factors
Job Performance versus Employee Satisfaction

3 – Research Methodology
Research Objectives
Research Basics
Research Philosophy
Justification of the Philosophy
Research process
Research Approach
Deductive Approach
Inductive Approach
Research Design
The benefits of descriptive research
Research Design of this Research
Research Methods
Quantitative Research Method
Qualitative Research Method
Advantages of Qualitative Research Method
Research Method for this Research
Data Collection
Primary data
In depth interview
Pre-testing of questionnaire
Secondary data
Sampling Method
Population Sampling
Size of Sample
Types of Sample
Probability Sampling
Non-probability Sampling
Rational for the chosen Research Methodology
Research Limitations

4 – Data analysis and Finding
Data Collection and Examination
Ethics and Qualitative Data Processing
The essence of Qualitative Research and Qualitative Data Processing
Analysis of the Questionnaire filled up by the Management Leaders
Analysis of the Questionnaire

5 – Conclusion, Recommendations and Limitations
Motivation Process
Review poor motivation process
Motivation Method
Employee counselling
Rewards and pay rise
Opportunity for Future Research


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Employee Motivation on Job Performance Dissertation
Employee Motivation on Job Performance Dissertation

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