Examining the Effect of Motivational Factors on Productivity of Human Resources in the Education

Omolbanin Hashemi Gorji, Meysam Rajaby Kookandeh, Ali Akbar Kamalifar, Hassan Razaghi Shani, Mehraneh Delaviz Bayekolaei, Reza Alami

Abstract


Human resources are considered as the most valuable and important factor for development of every country. In the Education system which its goal is to educate the future generation and to act in providing the educated work forces, there are several effective factors which among them the role of teachers is the most important and outstanding. Productivity and efficiency of these forces depends on different factors which among them we can refer to being timely of teachers' training and using the latest technologies and teaching skills and their motivation. This project has examined the effective factors on increasing teachers' efficiency and the role of job motivation among human forces. The research results show that lack of knowledge and sufficient skills are considered as a decreasing factor and motivation as the main increasing factor of productivity in teachers. Also they show that in-service training periods haven't been successful in fulfilling this demand yet. One suggestion for coping these issues is adjusting teachers' higher education with in demand branches and fields. Furthermore, motivating teachers should be done with different material and spiritual forces, and their encouragement be in line with their struggling.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v6i2.9564

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