The impact of the non-financial incentives in employees in the public sector in Norway
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The focus of organizations is to achieve high productivity. To attain organizational goals, it is imperative for organizations to invest in employees. They are important part of any organization. The employees have to be motivated to perform. In the past, organizations have been using financial rewards; for example, salaries and bonuses to improve employee motivation. However, financial incentives are never enough since employees continue to demand higher salaries and allowances. In the contemporary world of business, the focus is shifted to the use of non-financial incentives. The study investigates the impact of non-financial incentives on the performance of employees in organizations with a focus on the public sector. By use of a quantitative research approach, this study will investigate the importance of non-monetary incentives in the Norwegian government department employees. A total of 100 employees drawn from four departments will be given questionnaires to fill and the data will be analyzed using inferential statistics.
Master's thesis in Business