Influence of Economic Factors on Employee Motivation in Community Higher Educational Institutions of Nepal
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of economic factors on employee motivation in community colleges of Nepal.
Methodology - The paper based on descriptive survey design and census method was applied for information collection. A total 105 structured with 12 items covering economic variables questionnaire were distributed to whole population, at the end of information collection time 98 questionnaires were came back. Out of them, only 90 found validly filled. Hence 90 informants were taken as a sample size of the study.
Findings - The study has found that there is significant association between economic factors and employee motivation.
Practical Implications - The CHEIs are to increase its performance to higher levels, it should emphasize more motivation on its employees.
Originality - The conclusions of this paper will be valuable to CHEIs stakeholders and other similar higher educational institutions in determining the motivation level of non-teaching employees based on economic variables. This also provides guidelines to the stakeholders in developing non-teaching employee economic policies in the future. Similarly, several researches can be found in Nepal in the fields of profitable commercial organizations, government-owned organizations, and various businesses organization but this study is focused on exploring an isolated area from the researcher's perspectives.
Keywords - Community Higher Educational Institutions, Economic Factors, Employee Motivation