An analysis of work motivation of high and low investors
Author(s): Showkat Ahmad Mir
Abstract: This study was carried to explore the work motivation of high and low investors. In context to this it was hypothesized that there will be no significant difference between high and low investors on their work motivation. The present study has been operated through descriptive survey method. The total sample for the present study consists of 400 respondents. However, whole selected sample was bifurcated into two broad categories viz. high investors and low investors. Whole sample was selected with the help of purposive sampling technique. Work Motivation in this study refers the achievement obtained by the respondents on “Work motivation Scale” developed by K. G. Agarwal (2016). The data has been put to statistical treatment by using descriptive as well as inferential statistics. Keeping in view, it was found that high investors hold higher level of work motivation as compared to low investors. The results depicts that the impact of investment is significant on the level of work motivation of the respondents.