Can co-workers motivational efforts pave the way for morale and job commitment for employees?
Can co-workers motivational efforts pave the way for morale and job commitment for the employees is a million dollar question which always matters for the organizations to perform. The purpose of this research is to develop an understanding on the relationship between the employees and their colleague in the organizations, The findings reveal that co-workers various motivational efforts may have a positive impact on employee morale but it still doesn’t guarantee the job commitment, precisely the motivation by co-workers may only boost the morale of employees for a short while, and thereafter a person may lose the interest towards his/her job again.
|Date of creation:||2011|
|Publication status:||Published in European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences 43 (2011): pp. 168-171|
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