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Value added effects of motivation in corporate administration of human capital development

G Iheanacho

Abstract


Motivation has always been touted as the tonic to engender increased productivity in order to achieve higher output towards the attainment of projected turnover. It is also seen as an inevitable aspect of corporate sacrifice directed at the human capital resources of any organization hence many organizational managements view it as unnecessary and wastage of expensive resources that should have been directed to other needful sectors of such establishments. Such managements argue that employees should do their jobs they are employed to do in order to achieve targets whether motivated or not. The findings in this research have established that motivation does not only meet the needs of the employees alone but that the corporate benefits are overwhelming; and organizations that employ this veritable instrument become outstanding and consummately enriched



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