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Employee motivation is a critical component when job performance is concerned in the health industry. It directly affects service quality, effectiveness, and equity. A worker’s proficiency and resource availability are insufficient to achieve best performance from the worker. Although monetary rewards may be significant factors in determining employee performance, they alone wont motivate an employee. A foreign expat's job performance is a complicated process that transcends several disciplinary borders, including sociology, organizational development, psychology and economics. The internal, individual-level determinants, organizational-level determinants and variables resulting from interactions with broader society culture have an impact on the effectiveness of health professionals. Health sector reforms will have an influence on how well employees present their jobs, which may have an impact on channels of accountability, reporting structures, organizational culture, human resource management, client and community connections.