Employees perception on effective reward system and motivating incentives to enhance performance in Irish owned restaurants: A case study of reward management system in Comet Restaurant Dublin

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Authors
Quadri, Aremu Adetunji
Issue Date
2019
Degree
MBA in Human Resource Management
Publisher
Dublin Business School
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Abstract
This research study primarily focuses on the aspects of human resource management which is directly related to employee benefits and motivation. The research study is primarily focused on two aspects namely reward system and motivating incentives. The prime objective of the research study is to determine the employee perception about the two aspects namely effective reward system and motivating incentives for enhancement of the overall employee performance. The research setting selected in this research study is Irish Owned Restaurants. The case study of Comet Restaurant Dublin has been selected in this research study for exploration purpose. In order to address the selected research problem and key objective of the research study, the qualitative research method of semi-structured interview and case study method have been applied in this research study. The semi-structured interview has been conducted with 5-8 employees of Comet Restaurant Dublin. The data analysis of the interview data has been governed with the help of thematic analysis method. The thematic analysis method has presented the key data findings that have presented the employees have distinct perspectives towards effective reward system and motivating incentives. The findings have also reflected that all employees in the Irish restaurants seek to have good rewards and incentives as a part of motivation to be engaged with the job and having high degree of job commitment. The research concludes that though currently varied range of benefits are given to the employees, however still the rewards and incentives are not adequate to render required degree of motivation to the employees. In the end of the research study, a series of recommendations are provided for the restaurant industry of Ireland as well as for the future researchers.