Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development, Volume 38, Number 4

Non-salary incentive factors in organisations carrying out local government tasks

Andrzej Józef Kozłowski, Iwona Zofia Czaplicka-Kozłowska

Abstract

In this article, reference will be made to the challenge of the motivation of local government employees, based on survey conducted in educational institutions and municipal enterprises in Warmia and Mazury. The main goal was to point out what non-wage motivators occurs in this institutions and which primarily affect the quality of the execution of tasks. Surveys were conducted among more than two thousand local government employees. According to respondents used motivators are: good atmosphere at work, clearly described goals and tasks, stability of employment and ability of professional trainings. To more important factors affecting to work quality respondents indicated: stability of employment and ability of professional trainings, clearly described goals and tasks and promotion opportunity.

JEL Codes: H83, J24, M12.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.15544/mts.2016.29

Keyword(s): non-wage motivators, municipal government, municipal enterprises, educational institutions, local government employees


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