Staff Motivation Factors



    Kuznetsov A.M. FGBU " Polínica No. 5 " UD President of the Russian Federation

    This article explains the study carried out, which hypothesis was that there are differences in labour motivation among health professionals with different levels of education, official status, and staff in the diagnostic and curative fields. The evaluation and analysis of the differences in underlying motivational factors, carried out by the Sheila Richie and Peter Martin sponsors, which is based on a model of conduct researched by human needs specialists in the workplace, which resulted in the authors describing 12 factors that motivate a person to work [6], showed clear differences and suggested the relationship between a job motivator and a career choice.

    An effective management system is based on a motivational mechanism that ensures personal interest in results and productivity [1]. In their behaviour, a person is always adequate, and if he is not fully employed, only because such a rhythm of work is the best for him under the prevailing conditions of employment.

    Throughout the career, there may be changes in the motivational sphere. Situational inducements to work are becoming sustainable and long. Modification itself Labour motivation For example, the desire to leave the profession is replaced by interest in its newly visible content, unsatisfactory work is being eliminated as progress has been made [5].

    The reference to people ' s motivation in the organization is that not all targeted action to act on human behaviour increases its activities, but only that that becomes personal. ♪

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