Moderating Effects of Intrinsic motivation: Social Economic factors and employee performance

Gabagambi, Jovin Peter, Song Wei



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The main focus of this study was to assess how intrinsic motivation can moderate employee performance focusing on social and economic factors. Normally performances are so related with social economic situation in production of good output in the organization both formal and informal.

In this study the researcher used qualitative and quantitative method as an instrument of data collection in which questionnaire, observation and interview has been used, also the researcher was used a total number of 300 respondents from different Government Organizations in Tanzania as a sample size to be conducted, finally both primary and secondary data has been applied in the data collection process.

The finding revealed the existence of the significance relationship between the independent variable (intrinsic motivation) and dependent variable (employee performance) .This study reflects that employees having intrinsic motivation (job security, achievement) will increase  their loyalty commitment and increase their performance in their working areas regardless any social and economic aspect. For example by giving job security to employees organization retains its high capital within the organization and gets fruitful outcome by using their skills to their work in the organization.

Key words: Intrinsic motivation, employee, employee performance, government organization, performance

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