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Organizations want to achieve successful performance in the market and if possible, to have sustainable economic growth. However, in the current state of globalization and strong competition, technology is evolving rapidly, thus making the market an unsafe environment. Business organizations need to make full use of all available resources. It is already a common fact that the human resources or staff of an organization are a key asset to achieving success. Yet, what makes employees satisfied or motivated to achieve the planned objectives? In this research, we analyze several factors that influence employee motivation to improve their performance. Through empirical and theoretical analysis, the study will identify the relationship between employee motivation and organizational effectiveness and ultimately the improvement of organizational outcomes. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect produced by employee motivation on organizational effectiveness. Employee motivation will involve criteria such as employee bonuses, good communication within the work premises, and satisfaction in their workplace.

  • Job Motivation,
  • Communication and Work Relationship,
  • Salary and Remuneration,
  • Organizational Effectiveness
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    Affiliation:- University Sultan Azlan Shah Faculty of Management and Information Technology.

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