Motivational and demotivating factors of medical personnel
Keywords:prevention of demotivation, effective motivation schemes, demotivation, motivation
Introduction: A motivated, result-oriented and responsible human resources is needed to effectively perform activities and functions in medical institutions. For this, organizations should have effective motivational and demotivating factors elimination mechanisms. In modern management, staff motivation allows us to optimally use labor resources. The purpose of the study is to determine the motivation and demotivation factors of medical staff in Georgia. Method: There were used quantitative and qualitative methods in the research. 146 medical personnel were interviewed through quantitative research. In-depth interviews of 6 experts were conducted using the qualitative research method. Results, Discussion: The correlation between employees' and management's attitudes is low, management doesn’t have complete and valuable information on individual needs of employees, existing demotivating factors and desired motivating factors. Despite full and comprehensive feedback from experts, employees have far more needs and problems in the workplace than management realizes. A large part of the motivational mechanisms in medical organizations contain material motivating factors, against the background of which the intangible motivator, which is really valuable for the work efficiency of employees, is not brought to the fore. Conclusion: It is recommended to create a motivational system for employees of a medical institution, identify motivational stimulating factors and use them, strengthen the indirect motivational system.
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