Work Place Motivation and Employee Productivity in the Nigerian Public Organizations: The Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) Experience

Abah, E. O., Nwokwu, Paul M.


Motivation has been variously seen overtime as the most vital tool, yet overlooked means of turning on the workers to give their best to attain organizational goals as well as achieve job satisfaction at the workplace. This paper examines the effect of workplace motivation on employee performance in the Nigerian public organizations with special attention on the South Eastern Federal Radio Corporation. To achieve the above objective, content analytical technique was adopted to carefully review works of renowned authors on the subject matter. The result of the study revealed that there exists a positive relationship between motivation and enhanced employee productivity. The study recommends that appropriate motivational techniques that could satisfy peculiar needs of the workforce should be provided.

Keywords: Motivation, Incentives, Public Organization, Employee Productivity, Organizational Goals.

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