Motivation of Employees and Performances in Enterprise: The Case of the Gentlemen Enterprise in the City of Douala



Motivation at work has since some years ago become a very important element of competition in organizational environment which has become worldwide. In fact, enterprises today are in situation of hyper rivalry and the terms productivity and therefore of competence, profits and seale economies have become some major preoccupations and decisive advantages of an everlasting of enterprise. The motivation of men represents a capital factor for the success of enterprises. However, the frequent changes observed in working conditions, even the nature of work as well as the socio-economic and financial context make managers of human resources use financial and psychological tools at the same time to motivate their members of staff. Human resource services, in the management of men find itself at first sight due to their more and more strategic role in enterprises. In fact, they must reconcile satisfaction and profitability in enterprise. So they are true actors of the performance of the enterprise. For that, they have to motivate their employees not only to enroll in a logic of efficacy but also and above all in the economic efficiency of the enterprise. At the point where performance combines efficacy and efficiency, if motivation is not sufficient to ensure the success of the enterprise, a certain number of strategies fail because of a less or no motivated staff.  As such, the results of this study shows  that the performances of the enterprise are the results of the consideration of motivation factors, management style and social climate that prevails within the working environment.

Keywords: motivation; performances; performances of the enterprise.

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