Md. Al Amin Khan, Arun Kumar Tarofder, S. M. Ferdous Azam


This examination attempts to distinguish the basic factors that effects on employee’s motivation and their productivity too in Bangladeshi satellite television channels. So as to improve crafted by an organization, managers and supervisors must offer consideration regarding the persuasive degree of its individuals. There are many contending hypotheses which endeavor to clarify the idea of inspiration at work. The information for the examination was gathered from 338 employees in a satellite television channel. The quantitative information examination uncovered there is a critical connection between employees’ motivation and their productivity. From the assimilated outcomes, the remuneration package, work preparing, great supervision, and workplace have all the earmarks of being among the most basic factors that influence employees' motivation and productivity in like manner in a satellite TV channels in Bangladesh.

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