The Influence of Motivation on Intention to Stay of Managerial Employees - A Case Study of a Family-owned Company
|關鍵字:||家族企業;激勵制度;留任意願;family-owned company;motivation;intention to stay|
In such an extremely competitive era like nowadays, companies have been trying hard to stay sustainable so that they are capable to compete with others continuously. Employees are the most essential element for companies to achieve this goal. As the result, examining motivation factors which could really enhance employees’ intention to stay is a remarkably important issue to investigate.For decades in Taiwan, the majority of enterprises are family-owned companies, which play a critical role in Taiwan’s economic development. As the company keeps growing with increasing scope, managerial employees become more and more important due to the complexity of structure and hierarchy coming along with company’s growing. This study aims at discussing how family-owned companies encourage managerial employees’ retention by providing effective motivation factors, and how managerial employees are influenced by those factors. The qualitative approach is applied to investigate the correlation between managerial employees’ motivation and intention to stay, and four managerial employees at different level were interviewed separately. The results revealed that managerial employees’ intention to stay could be enhanced through satisfaction which results from both hygiene and motivation factors, and certain factors were proved to build strong motivation and intention to stay.Also, training is an essential hygiene factor to encourage and satisfy those employees, which leads to their sense of achievement. Individual factor is another possible element to influence their perspectives and evaluation of companies’ motivation system.
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