Motivation can be described as an inner voice that makes people to do things. It is the result of individual needs being satisfied or met in a way that individuals have inspiration to complete the task given (Meyer, Becker & Vandenberghe, 2007). Individual needs vary from person to person because every individual has needs that motivate them. Depending on our level of motivation, it determines how much efforts we put in our work, which increases the standards of individual output (Spector, 2008). While we all think that people are motivated by high salaries in the workplace, this may be unguided because according to theories of motivation, there are individuals are motivated by non-monetary factors. A research conducted by Mathauer and Imhoff (2006) on health worker motivation in Africa documented that while most organizations concentrate on monetary motivation, non-financial incentives and human resource management tools are important tools for employee motivation. This statement supports that fact that human motivation is a personal characteristic.