Employee motivation means the person’s desire to offer high-quality work to their employer. A combination of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation is required for genuine employee motivation.
External benefits, such as a bonus, favorable feedback, or a raise, are examples of external motivation. Intrinsically motivated to an employee’s natural drive to achieve or progress, independent of external circumstances. The extrinsic and intrinsic drives can work together to produce consistent, successful performance.
Employee engagement, retention, productivity, and high performance are all dependent on employee motivation. Furthermore, a highly engaged staff reflects the company’s overall performance. HR executives have a significant effect on an organization’s level of employee motivation. While HR professionals have little control over an employee’s innate motivation, they can help to enhance it through external conditions.