Journal of Education & Social Policy

ISSN 2375-0782 (Print) 2375-0790 (Online)

Staff Motivation in Private and Public Higher Educational Institutions (Case of International Black Sea University, Sokhumi State University and Akaki Tsereteli State University)
M.A. Mariam Kuchava, Assist. Prof. Dr. Goderdzi Buchashvili

Abstract
The study investigates the features of motivational factors in Public and Private sector of higher educational institutions based on the case of International Black Sea University, Sokhumi State University and Akaki Tsereteli State University for further recommendations, and major emphasis on the differences between public and private Universities Staff motivational constructs in higher educational institutions. Staff motivation is very essential for the growth, development, and success of higher educational Institutions. Motivated staff are more productive, happy and highly committed to their job.Staff motivation promotes workplace harmony and increased employee performance. Motivation specifically does not only encourage productive performance but also shows employees how much the organization cares.The Goal of the study is to indicate staff motivation by the several work-related factors and evaluate satisfaction of employees with the working culture of the university, get the recommendations from employees about the improvement of Top Management’s current strategy and interpret the data gathered from the survey from different perspectives.

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