Employees’ Satisfaction with Motivational Incentives and Employees’ Efficiency





Efficiency, Employee’s Performance, Job Satisfaction, Motivational Incentives


Employee satisfaction is a critical factor in a company's success. This research aimed to assess the satisfaction level of motivational incentives and efficiency among employees of selected resorts and hotels in Dauis, Bohol. It intended to determine if there is a relationship between these two variables and the direction and intensity of this relationship. The study used a quantitative-correlational method and a survey questionnaire was used in data gathering. It was conducted at selected resorts and hotels in Dauis, Bohol. The main respondents were 204 employees of these resorts and hotels. A stratified random sampling of respondents was utilized with a random sample size of 134. The collection of data was made through an online survey platform using google forms. This study underwent an ethics review and the respondents were informed of their rights to privacy, secrecy, and the right to withdraw participation. This study revealed that the employees’ level of satisfaction with motivational incentives is moderate and their level of efficiency, is high. The results also showed that there is a significant correlation between employees’ satisfaction with motivational incentives and their efficiency. The researchers conclude that the employees’ level of satisfaction with motivational incentives does influence their level of efficiency.


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