The Effect of Motivation Factors on Employee Performance: Performance Appraisal Using Data Mining

Rasha Saleh


Intellectual capital is a companys most precious asset, and human resource management is responsible for how people are treated in businesses. The purpose of this article was to investigate the impact of motivating variables on employee performance in the higher education industry. A structured questionnaire was provided to 206 selected workers from public and private Lebanese institutions for the study. In this study, data mining techniques will be used to highlight the representational new forms where incentive influences the performance of personnel in institutions, must understand how to support management as well as engage with their staff. The results revealed a robust and statistically significant positive link between motivating variables and employee performance. A model is used in the study to elucidate the link between motivational elements and employee performance. As a result, the goal and challenge of staff development is to help individuals, teams, and organizational units acquire and adapt abilities and competencies.

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