AN EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE INDICATORS OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION OF THE DISSERTATION WORK IN A MODERN ORGANIZATION

Abstract
The development of an employee-driven system and its implementation within an organization is not a decision. If this problem is not addressed properly, an effective incentive system will allow 100% use of existing human resources and reduce revenue. Assessing the performance of the driven system will help select its optimal parameters and make it more optimal. The strategic task facing any company, regardless of the form of its ownership, is to increase the productivity of employees and get the most out of them. For a business entity, it means an increase in profit, for non-business - an increase in the efficiency of its operations, and a quick achievement of the goals set for it. In this paper a smart monitoring method was proposed. This was increased in labor productivity is directly related to the employees' interest in the work and its results, as well as their greater motivation for productive work. The employee motivation system is based on the use of material and non-material incentives. With the exception of low-skilled and low-productivity workers, the use of a single type of incentive has long been recognized as ineffective for a wide variety of activities.

Authors
M Sandeep Reddy
Mangalore University, India

Keywords
Employee-Driven System, Organization, Incentive System, Human Resources, Human Resources, Optimal Parameters, Productivity
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Management Studies
( Volume: 8 , Issue: 2 )
Date of Publication :
May 2022
DOI :

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