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Factors Affecting Employee Motivation Towards Employee Performance: A Study on Banking Industry of Pakistan

Khan, Abdullah and Ahmed, Shariq and Paul, Sameer and Alam Kazmi, Syed Hasnain (2017): Factors Affecting Employee Motivation Towards Employee Performance: A Study on Banking Industry of Pakistan. Published in: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management , Vol. 1, No. 11 (29 July 2017): pp. 615-625.

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Abstract

The study provides the cognitive support for developing employee’s motivation level at optimized level through consciousness towards applied approach and unrealistic ideas. The diligence of the research is to present the factors that help to motivate the employees to perform their job well. Whereas, the study restrains empirical and descriptive analysis of variables which comprehensibly highlight the significant relationship among the independent variable and dependent variable; the close-ended questionnaire is constructed to compute the statistical data. The study identifies the strong relationship among the defined factors that enhance the employee’s motivation level in banking sector. Although the research is also aware the management and the managers of banks about the most preference factors that improves the employee motivation in the banks. This study valued the integrating knowledge, experience, action to groom skilled employees in the banks. Moreover, the main contribution of the research evaluating the role of the motivational factors in banking industry.

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