MOTIVATION WAYS FOR EMPLOYEES OF FORENSIC SCIENCE INSTITUTES OF UKRAINE
Currently sustainable development of an organization in any field today depends on implementing possibility of employees’ potential which is entirely dependent on work motivation at this institute. Author outlines ways and methods for motivating the staff of forensic science institutes in the context of ensuring needs formation of an individual employee for continuous personal development through sustainable development of a forensic science institute in general. Author considers concepts correlation of Stimulation and Motivation, defines their nature and effect on a person; determines the part of motivation in creating sustainable internal motives for employees. Motivation of an employee is defined as his inducement to satisfy his own needs and achieve personal goals through the achievement of institute goal. Besides, author emphasizes that for formation of a stable employee motivation for satisfying their own needs the staff should use such a tool as stimulation in addition to other means. Author notices that investing (it is necessary to use together material and intangible components of motivation) into human capital will allow to form a necessary level of employees qualification that will ensure that forensic science institute will provide guarantees for sustainable development in the future. Author outlines general features of material and non-material components of motivation and emphasizes that use of non-material motivation methods requires careful substantiation of entire motivation system at the institute. Particular attention is paid to the need to balance main motives of managers and subordinates for continuous development of employees and institutions at the same time. An effective motivational mechanism is considered which allows taking into account all the specifics of a particular forensic science institute and has motivation methods that are most useful for this institution and provide motivation for each employee.
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