A Comparative Analysis of the Factors Effecting the Employee Motivation and Employee Performance in Pakistan

Muhammad Rizwan, Mahum Tariq, Rabab Hassan, Amna Sultan

Abstract


Employee motivation is considered as a force that drives the employees toward attaining specified goal and objectives of the organization. Now days it is one of the sizzling issue in organizations since every wants to make best use of their financial and human resources. Our Purpose of this study is basically to identify that what kind of factors influence employ motivation in Pakistan and up to which extent motivation affects the employee performance. Two preceding factors influence the employ motivation. By using self-administered questionnaires we collected data from our 150 respondents. For regression analysis we entered all that that data into SPSS and do analysis also. Results of our study show significant relationship of employ motion and employ performance. Our study is a vital source for the national and international HR personnel’s to collect information how different factors effect employee motivation and performance.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v4i3.5873

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