Lockley (2012), on the other hand, addresses the same issue focusing on cross-cultural differences between employees in particular.
Namely, culture can be explained as knowledge, pattern of behaviour, values, norms and traditions shared by members of a specific group (Kreitner and Cassidy, 2012), and accordingly, cross-cultural differences is perceived to be a major obstruction in the way of successful employee motivation.
Through the desirable performances of the employees, the organization can realize the competitive advantage in the market and among their competitors.
Background and Statement of the Problem It’s very optimistic to assume that every organization can compete according Literature Review From the previous studies regarding the motivational approaches and its impacts on various business dimensions, it deliberately identified that organizational involvement and commitment can be the other factors that might contribute to the overall job performance of the employees.
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