Impact of Motivation on Employee Performance: A Case Study of Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences Hospital

  • Uzma Murad Pahnwar
  • Abida Siddiqui
  • Muhammad Farshad
Keywords: Self-Efficacy SE, Job Performance JP, Job Commitment JC, Job Satisfaction JS

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of encouragement on medical personnel efficiency at the Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences (LUMHS) University. In specific, the research is aimed at (i) examining the motivating actions taken by hospital management (LUMHS) to maintain the efficacy of clinical staff (ii) Observation of the current level of medical nursing services (LUMHS) during their daily operational duties (iii) Determining how motivating products affect the performance of healthcare workers in their day-to-day organizational reactions. Using a questionnaire, a retrospective survey of 200 health workers is carried out. Numbers started to be evaluated using the statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) model 21.0. The study showed that although there are certain compensation programs for hospital medical staff (LUMHS), such as pay, job security, advancement, training and development, assistance / work tools / good physical work environment, appreciation, benefits and pension, the scheme is not well thought out and enforced. This relies only on the hospital's top management, and is withheld from the employees. Therefore, hospital staff (LUMHS) are not completely satisfied with the incentive program and therefore did not affect their efficacy, since the study showed that their effectiveness is low compared to the encouragement packages. Some of the main problems encountered by administrators in implementing employee benefits and compensation packages are lack of funds and difficulty with adequately including a sufficient number of employees benefit program. Health facilities administration are encouraged to take effective reward measures to improve the productivity of the staff.

Published
2020-05-18