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Industrial Organizational Psychology-Work Motivation Introduction All organizations normally strive to have a successful trail in all their undertakings even in current corporate environment which is deemed to be highly competitive. Thus, corporate bodies endeavors to retain the best staff members through acknowledging their vital role and impact on organizational effectiveness. The companies are therefore required to build a bold and positive relationship with their employees as well as directing them towards task fulfillment. This involves developing strategies that will help the entities achieve their goals and objectives. However, it is only a few organizations that value their human resources. Human capital has the capability of leading an organization to attain success if well motivated. Employees have numerous needs that continuously induces a stimuli for their satisfaction. The mixture and strength of these needs also varies from one individual to another. This demands the Human Resource manager to conduct a precise evaluation on all employees in order to get a better grasp on the actual needs of employees. Organizations in this fast phasing and globalized world are continuously striving to motivate their human resources in endeavors to enhance the organizational performance. The motivation can be channeled through restructuring the working environment of employees to make their work more meaningful. Making their work more meaningful is a psychological factor that roots employees’ engagement in their assigned duties. Motivated employees are more self-driven and concerned towards autonomy as compared to less motivated employees (Grant, 2008). This is because motivation makes employees to be highly engaged in their work, and are more willing to accomplish their responsibilities. The prior
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