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Analysing Factors Affecting Motivation and Performance of Employees In Oil and Gas Sector By Muhammad Sajid Saeed
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The aim of this study is to critically analyse the factors affecting motivation and physical performance of employees in Oil & Gas sector. The following objectives were set to achieve particular... More > aim: • To investigate intrinsic and extrinsic rewards that boost employee motivation • To investigate factors affecting employee motivation • To determine how and to what extent motivational factors affect performance of employees in Mellitah • To explore the type and level of relationships between motivation and performance of employees in Mellitah • To recommend best possible methods that Mellitah management can employ to increase the performance of employees< Less
Once Again, the Challenge to the U.S. Army During A Defense Reduction: To Remain A Military Profession (Enlarged Edition) By Don M. Snider, Strategic Studies Institute
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As with the post-Cold War downsizing during the Clinton administration in the late 1990s, one critical challenge for the U.S. Army centers on the qualitative, institutional character of the Army... More > after the reductions—will it manifest the essential characteristics and behavior of a military profession with soldiers and civilians who see themselves sacrificially called to vocation and its service to country within a motivating professional culture that sustains a meritocratic ethic, or will the Army’s character be more like any other government occupation in which its members view themselves as filing a job, motivated mostly by the extrinsic factors of pay, location, and work hours? In mid-2010, the Secretary of the Army and the Chief of Staff directed the Commanding General, Training and Doctrine Command, then General Martin Dempsey, to undertake a broad campaign of learning, involving the entire Department. The intent was to think through just it means for the Army to be a profession...< Less