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The Effect of Motivated Employees on Profitability
Fuad Ahmed Mahamud, Student (University), Somalia, Member
There are straightforward and direct relationships between employee motivation and the performance of an organization.
The chain of these relationships is the following
1. Motivated employees work well
2. The quality of their work becomes better
3. The customers are attracted to the products / services of the organization
4. Sales and revenue increase
5. The organization makes more profit and its goodwill increases
I welcome any reactions to this topic, thank you.

The Effects of Employee Motivation
I see this subject from the strategic perspective. A motivated employee will increase the capability of the organization to achieve its mission, goals, objectives.
It will also engage all to build a strong organizational culture. Motivated employees will feel as having a strategic partnership with this organization, and their commitments and loyalty will increase from day to day.
Both of these factors will improve the performance and have a positive impact on the market share. This means an increase of profitability.

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