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The paper analyses the impact of human resources delivered practices on employee motivation in the state administration of the UAE (United Arab Emirates). Due to imminent coronavirus pandemic employee motivation to innovate has shaken. The paper aims to examine how motivation drivers were impacted by a changed situation. The research is based on the collection and processing data from 85 hospitals in a region of UAE. As key research approaches contextual interviews and questionnaire survey was used. The main findings are that human resource delivered practices such as commitment, ability, motivation, and opportunity has a positive significant impact on employee innovative work behaviour. During the medical emergency, the doctors and other medical staff are more committed, motivated, and able to deliver good services. Further medical emergency (COVID 19) has significant moderation and impact between elements of human resource delivered practices and employee innovative work behaviour. Future research studies should be conducted to apply the same research model in different industries, which motive to check the collective impact on medical emergency (COVID 19) in the overall economic environment in the country.
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