an assessment of motivation factors for married and unmarried employees: the case of the Office of Tanzania National Assembly

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2012
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University of Dar es Salaam
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The issue of motivation has been backed up by a number of Government documents and seculars including Sections L and M of the Tanzania Government Standing Orders of 2009. Despite such a legal back up and the presence of various efforts in motivating employees performance has not improved much. Thus, the main objective of this study was to examine the motivation factors for married and married female employees in the Office of the National Assembly. Specific objectives helped to shape research questions asked. Details for such questions were made elaborate on the research questionnaires. Data gathering based on a sample size of 52 respondents. Data analysis and interpretation brought the study to the conclusion that there are no common motivation factors for married and unmarried employees. It is also points out that will lead to possibility of promoting employees’ performance. It further shows the importance of this study in that it can various stake holders ranging from academicians, human resource managers, policy makers, the Central government officers and other researchers.
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motivation factors for married, unmarried employees, Tanzania National Assembly
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Ng’wavi, A.L(2012),an assessment of motivation factors for married and unmarried employees: the case of the Office of Tanzania National Assembly, master dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam (available at)