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The Role Of Motivation On Employee Performance,as Case Study Of Benadir
Introduction: Historical Perspective The history of motivation can be traced back to the writing of the ancient Greek Philosophers. More than twenty-three centuries ago, they presented "hedonism" as an explanation of human motivation. Hedonism as that a person seeks out comfort and pleasure and avoids discomfort and pain. Early psychological thought was also influenced by hedonism- psychologists in the 1800s and even in the early 1900s, assumed that humans consciously and rationally strive for hedonistic pleasure and avoidance of pains (KHAN, 2013). The main objectives of the study were to explore the role of motivation on employee performance
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