MOST APPLIED FORMS OF MOTIVATION AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON ENGAGEMENT, PROPENSITY OF STAYING IN THE COMPANY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TENSION

 

MOST APPLIED FORMS OF MOTIVATION AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON ENGAGEMENT, PROPENSITY OF STAYING IN THE COMPANY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TENSION

Philip R. Ivanov
Mariana N. Usheva

Abstract

The applied forms of motivation within the enterprise can significantly affect the overall results of the organization. Often, namely motivated staff is the difference between the good and great companies. In our study we evaluated the applied motivators on the examined company, based on the evaluation of the workers. Therefore, if a certain motivator is not effectively applied, we assume that it is not present within the work place. Secondly, we conducted a correlation analysis between the assessment of the motivators used within the company at hand and some influences on employees’ behavior – Engagement, Turnover intentions and Psychological tension. The study was conducted among 451 workers from the company, which operates in the railway industry, within 10 days in June 2020. We concluded, that the most applied forms of motivation in the company is with a social direction. We managed to prove a strong relationship between the applied forms of motivation with engagement, propensity of staying in the company and psychological tension. There were significant interactions between the three outcomes as well.

Keywords: motivation, types of motivation, workplace motivation, work outcomes

JEL Codes: М52, M54

DOI: 10.37708/el.swu.v3i1.3

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Ivanov, P., & Usheva, M. (2021). Most applied forms of motivation and their influence on engagement, propensity of staying in the company and psychological tension. Economics & Law3(1), 38-52. doi: 10.37708/el.swu.v3i1.3
Ivanov, Philip, and Mariana Usheva. 2021. "Most Applied Forms Of Motivation And Their Influence On Engagement, Propensity Of Staying In The Company And Psychological Tension". Economics & Law 3 (1): 38-52. doi:10.37708/el.swu.v3i1.3.
Ivanov, P. and Usheva, M., 2021. Most applied forms of motivation and their influence on engagement, propensity of staying in the company and psychological tension. Economics & Law, 3(1), pp.38-52.
Ivanov, Philip, and Mariana Usheva. "Most Applied Forms Of Motivation And Their Influence On Engagement, Propensity Of Staying In The Company And Psychological Tension". Economics & Law, vol 3, no. 1, 2021, pp. 38-52., doi:10.37708/el.swu.v3i1.3.

MOST APPLIED FORMS OF MOTIVATION AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON ENGAGEMENT, PROPENSITY OF STAYING IN THE COMPANY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TENSION

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