Employee Motivation And Organizational Performance A Case Study Of Sameer Agricultural & Livestock Limited, Uganda

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The study was about the effect of employee motivation on organizational perf01mance in Kampala, Uganda; a case study of SALL. The study was based on the following three objectives; to determine the factors that increase motivation of employees; to examine the requirements of a good motivational system and to examine the relationship between employee motivation and organizational performance at SALL. A sample of 176 respondents both female and male SALL' s employees and their fresh diary products consumers were used for the study. The study employed a case study research design and methodology used was both qualitative and quantitative. Questionnaires and documentary review were the major tools of data collection. In regard to factors that increase employees' motivation in SALL, it was revealed by majority 50.60% of respondents agreed that money is an important factor to influence employee motivation to perform their best for the organisation, majority 43 .20% and 42.60% respectively disagreed and strongly disagreed that SALL provides temporary accommodation for employees who live very far from work, majority 81.80%, either disagreed or strongly disagreed that SALL provides buses to pick up and drop off their employees from main roads throughout the city, majority 47.20% agreed that SALL provides a programme of development to promote the staffs ability, majority 61.30% strongly agreed that SALL provides health insurance, life insurance, and pension plans for its employees and majority 51.10% and 33.50% respectively disagreed and strongly disagreed that SALL encourages employees to become company shareholders on favorable tenns. In regard to relationship between employee motivation and organizational perfommnce at SALL, majority 44.90% strongly agreed that motivated employees focus their job and work-life with additional importance, majority 52.90% strongly agreed that motivated employees work with a sense of responsibility and prefer benefits of the organization to theirs, and majority 66.40% strongly agreed that motivated employees are committed to the organization and work harder towards organizational goals. The researcher recommended that SALL should provide; temporary accommodation for employees who live very far, company buses to pick up and drop off its employees from main roads throughout the city, programme of staff development, and health insurance. 

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Research, A. & FALIDAH, B (2021). Employee Motivation And Organizational Performance A Case Study Of Sameer Agricultural & Livestock Limited, Uganda. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/employee-motivation-and-organizational-performance-a-case-study-of-sameer-agricultural-livestock-limited-uganda

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Research, AfroAsia, and BIRUNGI FALIDAH "Employee Motivation And Organizational Performance A Case Study Of Sameer Agricultural & Livestock Limited, Uganda" Afribary. Afribary, 11 Jun. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/employee-motivation-and-organizational-performance-a-case-study-of-sameer-agricultural-livestock-limited-uganda. Accessed 01 Aug. 2021.

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Research, AfroAsia, and BIRUNGI FALIDAH . "Employee Motivation And Organizational Performance A Case Study Of Sameer Agricultural & Livestock Limited, Uganda". Afribary, Afribary, 11 Jun. 2021. Web. 01 Aug. 2021. < https://afribary.com/works/employee-motivation-and-organizational-performance-a-case-study-of-sameer-agricultural-livestock-limited-uganda >.

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Research, AfroAsia and FALIDAH, BIRUNGI . "Employee Motivation And Organizational Performance A Case Study Of Sameer Agricultural & Livestock Limited, Uganda" Afribary (2021). Accessed August 01, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/employee-motivation-and-organizational-performance-a-case-study-of-sameer-agricultural-livestock-limited-uganda