Forms and scope of employee motivation techniques in the Nigerian education sector

Abstract

Ulabor Ehimen, Chima Mordi ,Hakeem Ajonbadi

This study seeks to critically examine the various types of motivation techniques utilized by managers and assess employees’ perception of the significance of the techniques for incentivising employees in the Nigeria education sector. The study utilises one hundred and eight interviews which was undertaken among academic staff members and administrative middle and senior managers in six selected Polytechnics in the Nigeria. The findings indicate that the most dominant motivation techniques include providing better financial benefits, promotion, medical, job security etc. The paper suggests policy implications which would aid the implementation of motivational policies in the Nigerian Polytechnic sector and suggests directions for future research.

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