James Hodari


The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of human resource motivation on the performance of private companies in Rwanda, specifically to assess the effectiveness of human resource motivation in Bralirwa PLC, within the period of 2017-2020. The targeted population of 80 staff members. The study used a primary method that involved questionnaires. A secondary method of data collection involved a desk review of relevant materials. Data collection was then analyzed using both Stata and SPSS software. The study indicated that there is a significant correlation between human resource motivation and private institutions in Rwanda. It was seen from analysis of responses, that there a correlation of 0.748(74.8%) is located in the interval [0.50-0.75[categorized as a positive and high correlation. As the significant level is at 0.01 (1%), the p-value of 0.000 (i.e., 0.0%) is less than 1%. This leads to confirm that there is a significant relationship between Human Resource Motivation and the performance of private companies in Bralirwa PLC. The training program is put in place where employees must be trained about their work and jobs in order to carrying out their work easily with a good attitude and confidence. 90% of respondents received training as a motivating factor toward performance. As the majority has been trained, it shows that employees are motivated by that additional ability to work, as they are working in changing environment. As the table above indicates, 21.5% of respondents told us that promotion depends on how the employee is committed to work, 34.3% said that promotion depends on service rendered, 7.1% said that promotion is based on the level of education of employees and 37.1% of respondents said that promotion depends on the employee professional experience. In general, the total asset turnover of Bralirwa PLC has good results in sales in four years in 67.6% in 2017, 73.4% in 2018, 82.7% in 2019 and 78.9 in 2020, in this way, investment in total asset in Bralirwa PLC is efficient. Based on information found from respondents and the questionnaire used during the research period, first hypothesis saying that there is effective human resource motivation in Bralirwa PLC is applied effectively has been verified and confirmed. The study recommends that Bralirwa should enhance human resource mobility to maintain production hence effective performance. They conclude that there is a significant correlation between human resource motivation and private institutions in Rwanda.


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