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Nowadays other aspects of motivation are also displayed, including in relation to organizational culture. Visible and invisible elements of organizational culture have an impact on performance of workers. Shared values and knowledge by employees are resulting a strong organizational culture. The better the organizational culture, the higher level of motivation is manifested among employees. According to the observations, if in an organization there is a strong organizational culture with gratitude and recognition towards employees, this will cause the strengthening of motivation and significant performance improvements. The objective our study is examining the relationship between organizational culture and motivation and how dimensions of organizational culture motivate employees of the organization.

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