A study of non-monetary rewards as a motivation tool for employee performance in Tesco
Alegbejo, Titilayo B. 2013. A study of non-monetary rewards as a motivation tool for employee performance in Tesco. Masters Thesis University of East London Royal Docks Business School
|Authors||Alegbejo, Titilayo B.|
2013 dissertation for MSc in Human Resource Management. Selected by academic staff as a good example of a masters level dissertation.
The aim of this study was to critically evaluate the impact of non-monetary rewards on employee motivation, to determine which non-monetary reward motivates employees in Tesco and to investigate the value of non-monetary rewards to employees. The survey design was adopted in this study and data was collected through the distribution of questionnaires to the sample that was selected. The purposive sampling technique was used to select the sample. The sample size comprised of 150 respondents from three branches of Tesco. 150 questionnaires were distributed to the respondents but only 120 of the questionnaires were returned, hence the response rate was 80%. The data was analysed using descriptive statistics in order to obtain the mean, tables and charts showing their frequencies and percentages. The findings of this study revealed that, non-monetary rewards have positive impact on employee motivation in Tesco. It was discovered that recognition was found to be the highest non-monetary reward that motivates most in Tesco. Conclusions were drawn and some suggestions for managers and future researchers were also highlighted.
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|Deposited||11 Nov 2013|
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