Effect of Salary, Training and Motivation on Job Performance of Employees
As job performance of employees is the area of concern of the all the firms no matter whether they stand for profit or for not profit, so the basic purpose of this research is to identify the effect of important factors like salary, training and Motivation on the job performance of the employees in educational sectors as they directly relate with job performance. Sample has been taken from the 16 universities of twin cities of Pakistan i.e., Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Sample size taken for this research is 310. By using regression analysis, findings of the study showed that salary, training and motivation have a positive relationship with job performance but salary has a stronger relationship with job performance than training and motivation. This study will guide top managers of the organizations to get a good understanding of the factors that can increase the job performance of the employees which will ultimately increase organizational productivity.
Salary, Training, Motivation, Job Performance
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