IMPACT OF MOTIVATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMPLOYEES IN GHANA, A CASE STUDY IN ACCRA DISTRICT.


Stephen Boakye Ansah, Liu Shizhu, Prince Owusu Sarkodie, Takyi Kwabena Nsiah
Jiangsu University , Jiangsu University
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to look at the effect of motivation on the performance of public health employees in Ghana, with a focus on the Accra District. The study had three goals: to look at the motivation techniques utilized at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, to look into the elements that impact employee performance, and to figure out how motivation and performance are related. The study employed a case study technique, with Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital serving as the case study, as well as an explanatory research design. To meet the study’s goals, stratified random sampling was employed in sample selection, with personnel being divided into management levels. Employees of Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital were chosen as the sample of 30 respondents. According to the findings, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital motivates its staff in a variety of methods, including providing fringe benefits, awarding incentives to outstanding employees, instilling a sense of responsibility, promoting consistently good individuals, and treating all employees equally. The survey also indicated that the management did not use motivational techniques such as compensation, training, employee engagement in decision-making, and personnel rotation. The survey also discovered that motivation is the most important element influencing employee performance. Employee motivation and performance were found to have a direct, substantial, and favorable link in the study. According to the investigation management should always do a comprehensive investigation into the numerous performance and effectiveness that might encourage certain personnel.
Keywords: employee motivation, employee performance, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Public Health Workers.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Economics, Business and Management Studies (EBMS)

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Published on : 2022-04-27

Vol : 9
Issue : 4
Month : April
Year : 2022
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