Impact of Non-Financial Rewards on Employee Motivation
Keywords:Non-Financial Rewards, Recognition, Employee Motivation
Employees are viewed as an important element and considered as the human capital of any organization. If employees are motivated and satisfied, they will perform their duties diligently and actively. De-motivated employees are likely to put in little or no effort in their jobs, produce low quality work, mostly avoid their workplace and even exit the organization when they have available opportunities. On the other hand, employees who are motivated to work are likely to be determinant, innovative and competent. Motivated employees are content, dedicated and work enthusiastically, resulting in the optimum level of employee’s retention, loyalty, and harmony. These aspects contribute significantly to the growth and development of the overall organization. This study is conducted to measure the impact of non-financial rewards on employee motivation in different organizations of Bangladesh. The results indicate that a significant impact on non-financial rewards contributes to employee motivation. There is a positive correlation between non-financial rewards and employee motivation.
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