purpose of this research work is to examine the effects of motivation on
employees’ productivity in organizations in Nigerian workplace. First bank
Nigeria Plc was use as the case study.
study has provided the conceptual framework upon which motivational programs in
First Bank Nigeria Plc. Workplace are based as well as the type of activities
and skills that are involved. The focus is on such programs that will help
employees deal with personal problems that might affect their productivity.
research work covers the fundamentals rudiments of employee motivational
process and the appropriate steps needed to successfully implement the
findings. It also addresses the values and culture of the Nigerianazation norms
that may affect the success of implementation.
questionnaire was designed and administered to the employees of First Bank
Nigeria Plc. to find out the workers attitudes towards adequate motivational
incentives and the types of problems commonly being experienced by the
employees in the organization.
were formulated and tested. Chi-square test was used to facilitate the research
study. Also actual mean and percentage techniques were employed.
on the data collected, the result indicated that the workers were positively
affected towards higher productivity with the provision of fringe benefits.
the research result showed the staff problems and circumstances militating
against higher productivity. Solutions were recommended to obviate
deterioration on workers productivity.
Background to the Study
1.1 Objectives of
1.2 Statement of Problems
1.3 Research Questions
1.5 Limitation of Study
1.6 Significance of the Study
2.1 Douglas McGregor: Theory X and Theory Y
Maslow: Hierarchy of Human Needs in Motivation and Personality
2.3 Fredrick Hertzberg. Work Needs
2.4 David McClelland Motivation Mode
2.5 Tannenbaum & Schmidt
2.6 Victor Vroom's Expectancy Theory
2.7 The Herzberhg Studies
2.8 Nature and Types of Employees Benefits
2.8.1 Legally Required Benefits
2.8.2 Voluntary Fringe Benefit
2.8.3 Return of Employee Benefits Employer
Rewards (Fringe Benefits) Provided by
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
3.0 Research Methodology
3.1 Sample Size
3.2 Sampling Techniques
3.4 Instrument Scoring Scale
3.5 Statistical Analysis of Data
4.0 Presentation and Analysis of Data
4.1 Personal Data of Respondents
4.2 Analysis and Interpretation of Data
4.3 Testing and Interpretation Of Hypotheses
5.0 Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation