A Comparative Approach On The Motivational Dominants And Professional Performance Of The Employees Belonging To Public And Private Organizations
The approach on the professional performance of the employees must be dealt with from the perspective of the process of motivation and job satisfaction rising. Therefore, the knowledge and the analysis of the motivational dominants become increasingly important. The research lead to valid results if there is a clear separation between the public and the private organizations; where the way work is organized and the nature of the relationship among staff, influence the job satisfaction of the subjects, including their motivation. A comparative approach based on reliable methodological instruments is necessary, approach which could lead to obtaining reliable information and could offer an objective possibility of correlating indicators, enabling thus the knowledge of the motivation, attitudes, mentalities and professional goals of the interviewed subjects.
Volume (Year): 1 (2009)
Issue (Month): 13 (NOVEMBER)
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