Ling Kwang Nursing Home

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Motivation of employees in Non-Profit Organizations: A study of Ling Kwang Home for Senior Citizens Team members: Lim Wei Jian 066076H05 Ho Degen 065641F05 Angeline Yeo Ling Ling 066517D04 Hue Jia Li Reika 065778L05 Lim Yee Fang Madeline 065986G05 Wu Hui Shan 065651J05 Yeo Wei Jie 066179G05 Tutorial Group Number: T13 Tutor’s Name: Tsui-Auch, Lai Si Word Count: 4115 Individual behavior, Needs Hierarchy, Singapore TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Abstract 3 2. Objective and Relevance of Study 4 3. Data Collection Methods and Process 6 4. Expected Findings 9 5. Actual Findings 11 6. Conclusion and Recommendations 16 7. Study Limitations 19 8. Further Research 21 9. References 22 Appendix A. List of Prepared Interview Questions 1. ABSTRACT Non-profit organizations have been increasing in numbers in Singapore in recent times. However, these organizations face the unique challenge of attracting and motivating employees with very limited funding available. To understand the motivation of employees in such organizations, we did a study on one of Singapore’s largest and oldest nursing homes. Contrary to expectations, high levels of motivation were found among the staff as enrichment and growth opportunities were valued over monetary incentives and promotional opportunities. However, we believe more can be done and have provided recommendations in this regard. Subsequently, study limitations and future research directions are also discussed. 2. OBJECTIVE AND RELEVANCE OF STUDY Motivating employees to achieve work objectives in non-profit organizations (NPOs) is an important strategy adopted to ensure the organizations run smoothly, effectively, and provide the best service to the needy. Hence it is in the

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