Date of Award
Dr. Ponder James Stuart
The project aims to investigate the relationship between pay and motivation in a low-income group in Hong Kong.
The low-income earners from different industries in Hong Kong were selected, as they comprise a large amount of workers in Hong Kong. Much of the work that has examined the relationship between pay and motivation tends to focus on middle and higher income groups. However, since much of the work force in Hong Kong falls into the low-income category, it is hoped that this study is of some significance.
In carrying out the study, a survey will be carried out with the different kinds of income earners at different places and via physical and electronic form of questionnaire. This method should enable an exploration of any possible relationship between pay and motivation among the low-income level.
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Leung, Y. P. (2002). An analysis of the role of pay among low-income earners (UG dissertation, Lingnan University, Hong Kong). Retrieved from http://commons.ln.edu.hk/mgt_fyp/5