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Title: Relationship between employee aspects and employee performance
Authors: Ismail, M. B. M.
Mubarack, K. M.
Azhar, A. G. M.
Keywords: Commitment
Issue Date: Apr-2015
Publisher: Faculty of Management and Commerce, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka.
Citation: Journal of Management. Volume 12. No.1. pp 58-68.
Abstract: Studies found that employee performance is affected by employee aspects such as reward systems, job satisfaction and organizational commitment. However, the relationships among these have not been proved clearly. Thus, this study is attempted to know about the relationship between employee aspects and employee reward. 100 employees were selected five hospitals. Since the value of KMO is greater than 0.5 (0.726) samples taken in this study is enough for factor analysis. Bartlett’s Test of Sphericity is measured by approximate chi- square is also significant. Total variance for employee rewards, job satisfaction and organisational commitment are around 93%. Since correlation values between employee rewards, job satisfaction, organizational commitment and employee performance are 0.711, 0.740 and 0.798 respectively there are strong correlations with employee performance. Results of the regression revealed that R square and adjusted R square reveals the values as 0.643 and 0.631 respectively. These values explain around 64% of total variation on employee performance. Study concludes that employee rewards, job satisfaction, organizational commitment and employee performance.
ISSN: 1391-8230
Appears in Collections:Volume 12 Issue 1

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