The Impact of Extrinsic Motivation on Employees’ Performance: A Case Study of Food Industries in Sindh, Pakistan
AbstractExisting study examines the sound effects of external factors related to Herzberg’s two-factor theory on employees of food industries. For this purpose seven point Likert scale is employed. The test of reliability is accompanied for realizing the consistency level of extrinsic factors as independent variables and employees’ performance as dependent variable. Further, Pearson correlation, Analysis Of Variance (ANOVA), t test and multiple regression techniques are conducted for analysis.The results found that all extrinsic factors have positive and significant effects on employees. This study delivers huge amount of information on the significance of extrinsic factors for enlightening the employees’ performance.
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