Administration and Administrative Sciences Assessment
Volume: a couple of, Issue: your five, Pages: 431-442 (2013)
© 2013 Senior high of Business & Medical Research
The Impact of Benefits on Employee's Job Efficiency and Task Satisfaction
Zeeshan Fareed1*, Zain Ul Abidan2, Farrukh Shahzad3, Umm-e-Amen4, and Rab Nawaz Lodhi5 1 . MS College student, Department of Management Savoir, CIIT, Sahiwal, Pakistan 2 . MBA, Department of Management Sciences, College or university of Education, Okara Campus, Pakistan 3& 4. M. Com (Hons. ), Hailey College of Commerce, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan five. Lecturer, Office of Managing Sciences, CIIT, Sahiwal, Pakistan
Now a day's all firms or business agencies are facing so many concerns related to employee's job efficiency and employee's job fulfillment. Rewards include much impact on employees, which usually increase the degree of job performance and task satisfaction. Many investigations are carried out in the past to check on the impact of rewards. This kind of study will certainly examine the impact of rewards on employee's job efficiency and job satisfaction in telecommunication sector of Okara city, Pakistan. Questionnaire is used as device and 95 questionnaires were used to look into the respondent's opinion. The consistency test, detailed analysis, relationship and multiple regression checks were applied for data analysis. This analyze concludes there is positive romantic relationship between rewards (extrinsic and intrinsic) and employee's task performance and job fulfillment. Most of the businesses implement rewards system to improve the job performance and task satisfaction.
Keywords: Extrinsic benefits; Intrinsic advantages; job overall performance; Job fulfillment; INTRODUCTION
There exists so much changing occurring inside the
business world each business organization or
organization has much relay in employee‟s good
performance. Rewards are considered an
important instrument to check the employee‟s
efficiency. Management work with rewards for
employees motivation. So we could say that
eye-catching reward system attract fresh employees
intended for organization and motivate existing employees
to accomplish high levels. Employee‟s great work is
necessary to attain the organizational goals.
Workers give their very own good initiatives for attaining
goals and good efforts depends on advantages. In
various other words we are able to say that good rewards happen to be
most important way to engage the employees with
their particular work and with their firm.
According to Schuler and Jackson (1996), the
connection and marriage between advantages,
motivation and job satisfaction of employees have
very much significance to success of both public and
private sectors. Employees want to get the two types
of rewards means financial and nonfinancial
benefits. Some staff prefer the financial
*Corresponding publisher: Zeeshan Fareed,
MS College student, Department of Management Sciences,
COMSATS Company of Information Technology, Sahiwal, Pakistan. E-Mail: [email protected] com, Cellphone: +92-344-8484-855
Impact of Rewards System on Employee's Job Overall performance & Satisfaction
rewards and other are non-financial rewards that
opportunity to have an important tasks and
jobs, attention and encouragement of
leadership. In this way employees feel that they
are being highly valued by the employers and also experience
that the business is seriously involved in
employee‟s career and development. So these
advantages contribute to enhance the satisfaction
standard of workers (Dewhurst, 2010).
In accordance to La Belle (2005), different employees
have different needs about rewards. Some
staff consider funds is sufficient to fulfill their
demands and some other folks wants to materials
incentives like car, home, and some choose
holidays and a few prefer nonmaterial incentives.
Community sector personnel much prefer extrinsic
elements then inbuilt factors, such as pay, because more
significant than personal sector employees (Maidani,
1991). These two simple rewards (financial and
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