Non-Monetary Incentives to Improve Job Performance at Property Company in Penang Malaysia
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship of non-monetary incentives such as flexible working schedules, recognition and career development on job performance.
Design/Methodology/Approach: The respondents of the study were among employees who work with property company in Penang. In this study, the quantitative method was implemented. In assessing the relationship between the variables, a total of 91 questionnaires were analyzed using descriptive and inferential data analysis technique. The method of analysis used in this study includes reliability test, Pearson correlation and multiple regression.
Findings: The findings of this research reveal that flexible working schedules, recognition and career development has significant relationship on employees' job performance.
Implications/Originality/Value: The findings of the study can be applied by the management of property company in their effort to enhance job performance of their employees by considering the determinant factors involved in this study, particularly in enhancing the non-monetary incentives. Moreover, this study may help in improving employees' job performance and thereby gaining higher rewards and benefits to them. Consequently, the research provides guidance how non-monetary incentives works or give positive result in such a way it gives employees and organization enough satisfaction.
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