Employee Work Motivation at PT Gorontalo Tolangohula Sugar Factory

Rusly Abdurrahman Idji


This study aims to determine the Employee Motivation at PT. Gorontalo Tolangohula Sugar Factory from the aspect of Management Efforts, Obstacles Faced by the company's management in motivating the work of employees, and the working motivation conditions of the Employees of PT Gorontalo Tolangohula Sugar Factory. This study uses a phenomenological approach to the type of qualitative research. The main focus of researchers is the Employee Motivation of PT Gorontalo Tolangohula Sugar Factory. The process of collecting field data is directly obtained at the research location, be it through initial observation of researchers, direct interviews. The results showed in principle the objectives of work motivation efforts implemented by the management of PT. Gorontalo Tolangohula Sugar Factory is following the Labor Law. The obstacles currently faced by the management of PT Gorontalo Tolangohula Sugar Factory in motivating employee work are, lack of human resources and lack of support from the local community. There are still employees who lack discipline, wait for orders, do not carry out work efficiently, lack discipline in time, less productive work spirit and decreased performance is a picture of the motivational conditions that occur.


Work Motivation; Employees; Companies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v7i1.1294


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