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Structural Model for Motivation Toward Work (in Arabic)

Auther : Bader Al-Omar

The study aimed to identify the factors which influence job performance, and it’s path for that influence; and subsequently to come up with a model for that path. The model assumed that the effects go through different psychological factors, which vary in its generality. They are values, beliefs, and goals. The study also assumed that the model would express both direct and indirect effects.

A specially developed scale was administered to 1704 subjects. The following results were found:

The internally motivating value had a high direct effect on interests, which is part of belief factor.

The interests directly effected the personal fulfillment in the goal factor.

The internal personal fulfillment had a positive effect on job performance, whereas the external reward had a negative effect on the same variable.

Sector, age, and occupational grade variables were the strongest, among the personal and occupational variables, to have direct effect on internal motivating values.

Age and occupational label had the highest indirect effect, among personal and occupational variables, on job performance. 

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