A Case Study
Unmotivated Employees: A Challenge
Employees are the backbone of any company as they are equally important as the financial resource of the company. Human resource motivation has largely discussed by several psychological studies as well as managerial studies. These studies were focused on determining the relationship between the motivation of employees and their performance in the company. These two factors are strongly correlated as the more an employee will be motivated, the more he will be focused on his work and perform well in favor of the company. This implies that the unmotivated employees have a low morale to work for the company, as they seem no incentive to become sincere toward the company. The employee motivation is important in aspect of the company performance in the future and its success. Other than the physical assets of the company, the human resource is a living asset of the company (Grenway, 2008).
Thus, as the company worry about its physical asset, the human asset of the company is important as well. Unmotivated employees would not be able to be creative in whatever job they perform and would like to follow a certain path as everybody else is doing. Therefore, it can be said that the employee would perform his work as an obligation and mere duty, but would not able to show his passion about his work. Low morale lead to a path where innovation and new ideas will be restricted and employees would not be able to come up with new innovative ideas. The most important thing in low morale for employees that the turnover of employees would increase, as they would not find themselves satisfied in the current setting, they would look into other better opportunities (Grenway, 2008).
Some employees are irreplaceable as they are the mind of the company and their absence would create a space for errors and mistakes. Thus, the KFP must ensure that the company focus on the...