Does Motivation Impact on Employee Performance? A Study on Non-Banking Financial Institutions of Bangladesh

Fatema Sultana, Rashedul Islam, S.M. Yusuf Ali


The success of any organization mainly depends on employee performance as it leads to the organization's productivity and profitability. To enhance employee performance or let employees’ perform more following their ability, organizations need to motivate their employees. The non-banking financial institutes (NBFIs) have been contributing toward expanding both the quality and amount of monetary administrations and moderating the omissions of existing money-related intermediation to meet the developing needs of various sorts of interest in the nation. This research paper aimed to find out the relationship of motivation and how it impacts employees' performance at non-banking financial institutes of Bangladesh. The focus was on analyzing the motivation theory of Herzberg's two-factor theory. For this reason, a quantitative method was used in order to collect data. Two hundred data were collected from non-banking financial institutes from Dhaka city of Bangladesh. A structured questionnaire was formed includes two-part one is a biographical part, and another was variables-based questions. The Descriptive analysis includes mean, standard deviation, frequency distribution, and percentages; moreover, this Correlation and multi regression analysis are applied to determine the relationship and effects of motivation and employees' performance. The results of this research are positive and significant relations between employee motivation and employees' performance at the non-banking financial institutes of Bangladesh. 

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International Journal of Human Resource Studies  ISSN 2162-3058


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