Exploring the Impact of Infrastructure, Pay Incentives and Workplace Environment on Employees performance (A Case Study of Sargodha University)
It is acknowledged that work systems cannot only affect commitment, competence, cost effectiveness and congruence but also have long term consequence for workers’ well-being; there is some evidence to indicate that work systems designs may have effects on physical health, mental health and longevity of life itself. Conducive work environment ensures the wellbeing of employees as well as enables them to exert themselves to their roles with all vigor that may translate to higher productivity (Taiwo, 2009). This study aims to explore the impact of office facilities and workplace milieu on employees’ performance in a university of Sargodha. A sample of 150 respondents of male and female employees of both teaching and non teaching category was selected. Chi-square and Gamma test were applied to interpret the findings of study.
Volume (Year): 2 (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 (October)
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