EXPLORING STRATEGIES TO REDUCE HIGH TURNOVER RATES IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
This research paper examines the relationship between employee motivation, job satisfaction, and job performance in a sample of 86 employees from Lot 9 and Michael’s Garden. The study is quantitative, utilizing surveys to gather data on employee perceptions of their work environment, job satisfaction, and performance. The results of the study indicate a strong positive correlation between employee motivation, job satisfaction, and job performance, with highly motivated and satisfied employees exhibiting higher levels of job performance. Additionally, the study highlights the importance of providing opportunities for employee growth and development, recognizing and rewarding employee contributions, and fostering a positive work culture in promoting employee motivation and job satisfaction. The findings have implications for organizational leaders and suggest the importance of prioritizing employee satisfaction and well-being in creating a productive and fulfilling work environment.