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intains and energizes employees to carry out their tasks effectively but it may not capitalize their full potential if they are not motivated through praise and recognition. The satisfaction level and commitment levels tend to get decreased if an individual is not encouraged, praised or given incentives at regular intervals. Research indicates that Employees are seen leaving the companies not because of less pay but because they feel unmotivated at work (Lutchman, 2008, p.46). This relationship between the two is still unexplored. Thus, it is essential to document and identify the underlying reasons for resignations and terminations taking part in organizations.
The number of employees leaving the organization due to lack of motivation is growing tremendously, and this requires scrutiny. Though, there are many factors that have an impact on employee turnover, but motivation is a vital element for success. Its absence can have an adverse impact on the employee and its presence increases the quality of work and makes them more committed to performing their task. Hence, this problem was chosen because it would generate an understanding of individual’s needs that encourages them to carry good practices in the organizations (Lutchman, 2008).
At BSc Level, this problem is suitable for study as it is related to a psychological perspective and is related to Human Resources, which is my existing field of subject. The relationship between motivation and turnover is seen ignored by Human Resource Professionals as most of the firms are work oriented and are inclined to maximize productivity by utilizing resources of an organization. As motivation is goal directed so it can be said that the professional standpoint would help me undermine my future value for any company, I plan to work. In other words, it can be said that this relationship between motivation and turnover is a critical element for success so it shall allow ascertain substantial levels of motivational
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