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Effects of subordinate various work behaviors on the motivational level of their bosses

Hasan, Syed Akif and Subhani, Muhammad Imtiaz (2012): Effects of subordinate various work behaviors on the motivational level of their bosses. Forthcoming in: African Journal of Business Management

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Abstract

Subordinates at times are the source of rousing for their bosses at various organizations which always give a jump to the working relations among them. Primarily the focus of this paper is to interrogate the various constructs and the proxies of subordinates work behavior which motivate to their bosses while revealing the impact of subordinates those work behaviors on the motivational levels of the bosses and then the bosses and subordinates relationships due to such work behaviors. Personal survey via random sampling technique was used to acquire data from 1700 managers of various working units which includes Departments of research and development, admin, HR and accounts, of various organizations. Optimal scaling is used to conclude the relationships between the outlined variables. The findings reveals that there is strong and positive relationship between subordinates various work behaviors and the motivation level of their bosses.

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