Quality of Work Life: A Significant Dimension of Non-Financial Compensation or Managers’ Tool to Generate Reciprocity

Imran Ahmed Shahzad, Valliapan Raju, Muhammad Farrukh, Nagina Kanwal, Muhammad Ikram

Abstract


With an aim to test reciprocity between non-financial elements of compensation and productivity outcomes, in the presence of perception about organizational support theory, Data had been collected at primary level by a questionnaire, from a sample of 525 banking professionals from big ten Pakistani banks, and same had been analyzed by smartPLS. Results showed that all relationships among study variables are highly responsive to the perception about organizational support. Quality of work life creates reciprocity with employee performance but their magnitudes get affected where practioners need to pay specific attention on employee perception about organizational support.


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