Motivational Packages and Its Effects on Employee’s Performance: A Case of Ghanaian Organizations.

Bright Asiamah Korankye, Zuoping Xiao, Peter Adjei Darko


The study was to ascertain motivational packages and their effects on the performance of employees in selected organizations in Ghana. Specifically, the study sought to ascertain the motivational packages used motivate their employees at the workplace, investigate the impacts of these motivational packages performance and make recommendations on the best and effective motivational packages to be used in organizations. The study made use of descriptive survey as its key research design. A population of two hundred respondents out of which a sample size of one hundred and twenty was selected using the non-probability sampling method, Questionnaire was used and the data was collected analyzed. There are a number of motivational packages used by organizations to motivate their employees; salary, recognition, training and development, effective communication and bonuses. Bonuses were seen to have the greatest influence and employees see it to be more important and more beneficial to them.

Keywords: motivation, motivational packages, organization, employee performance.

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