The effects of work motivation in quality of work life and A study on banking sector
In terms of Suistainable development, in countries, the success and effectiveness of instuitaions is quite important. One of the most important elements of providing success and effectiveness of institutions that have the human resources is working effectively and efficiently. In this respect, “motivation” is one of the most important factors in raising the quality of work life in the institutions, employee productivity, the contribution of the institution, and the sense of belonging in the institution. Motivation plays an important role in business life. Motivation by definition means that the individual actuating motive. In the business life, motivation, increase the concern of the employee's job, and as a result of raising the quality of work life is an important factor that increase business efficiency. The higher motivation increases the contribution of the institution by raising the productivity of the employee. High rate of success of the organization by increasing employee motivation provided by the institution will contribute to the country's economy. This aspects, in order to take advantage of the present institutions active human sources,making efforts to enhance the motivation of employees in achieving organizational effectiveness and efficiency and provide the employees' job satisfaction. Happy and productive working lifes of employees in having a sense of belonging in the institution can be used effectively in improving the motivation factor is the result.This study measured the effect of bank employees, the care component of motivation in raising the quality of work life survey was applied on the bank employees. In this study, a survey was applied on bank employee in terms of assessment of the effect of motivation in the raising the quality of work life of bank employee. Importance of motivation arises in this sector. The higher motivation increases the productivity of employee,institutional effectiveness and quality of working life. Motivating factors should be applied by institutions.
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