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Title: The impact of Non-Monetary, Finance and Working Condition towards Job Effectiveness of Employees in Bangkok
Authors: Israel Adesoye
Keywords: Job Effectiveness
Non-Monetary Incentives
Working Condition
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Bangkok University
Abstract: The survey sought in determining contributing elements and evaluate the motivation level of workers working in Bangkok. On the basis of both primary and secondary data, the study was carried out. Workers in Bangkok were given a structured questionnaire that was largely closed-ended in order to gather primary data. The study connected three major variables, including (1) Non-Monetary Incentives, (2) Financial Benefits and (3) Working Condition. The dependent variable was job effectiveness. The survey discovers that non-monetary factors greatly outperform financial factors in their influence on the workers’ motivation. Also, although there are the same causes of both motivation and demotivation, the degree of motivation delivered by one element differs from the degree of demotivation of that component, i.e., the same elements affect workers’ motivation and demotivation in different ways. The study's final finding was that Bangkok workers’ are sufficiently motivated, despite the fact that there are considerable differences in motivation levels by gender, age group, working status, job title, and length of employment.
Description: Independent Study(M.B.A)-Graduate School, Bangkok University, 2021.
Advisor(s): Suthinam Pomsuwan
URI: http://dspace.bu.ac.th/jspui/handle/123456789/5475
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