Motivation practices and their effects the case of air Tanzania company ltd

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University of Dar es Salaam
The study assessed Motivation Practices and their Effects with Air Tanzania motivation a case study. Specific objectives practices at Air of the study were; to investigate Tanzania, investigate what de-motivates Air Tanzania determine what motivates them and identify the effects of ATCL Management Motivation practices. Data was Tanzania through collected from 33 employees of Air open ended, semi structured questionnaires and interviews. The content analysis method w anal as applied to the data collected whir whereby a qualitative analysis was done based on the inductive approach. Inductive approach involved development of theories as a result of observable empirical data. The researcher started with data collection and analysis, and developed the theory from data collected. The study findings revealed that during the partnership with South African Airways (SAA), managerial controllable factors such as noninvolvement of employees in decision making, unequal treatment of workers, poor working environment, and lack of recognition resulted into lack of organizational commitment, misalignment between individual and company goals, conflicting groups among employees, disloyalty, all contributed to continued loss operation. After the split with SAA in August 2006, the study reveals that inadequate capitalization, limited management actions and choices where business and Human Resources Management decisions had to be made based on the availability of funds, and not on business strategy hence individual employee's goals were not met and caused dissatisfaction. It was concluded that post SAA management practices were affected by inadequate financial resources which led to poor performance rewards, training, aircraft poor environment; the Government should therefore maintenance and working properly capitalize the company while management should change philosophy and involve employees on setting direction of the company, develop an effective performance management system and succession planning, and harmonize salary gaps.
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Employee motivation, Air Tanzania Company
Ikomba, E. M. S. (2010).Motivation practices and their effects the case of air Tanzania company ltd , Master dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam.