International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 6, Part F (2015)
Work motivation and job performance: A comparative study of the selected public and private banks in India
A comparative study has been performed between the public sector banks and the private sector banks to analyze the employees’ job performance and work motivation in the bank. The study focuses to understand, whether a relationship exists between the two defined variables, namely, job performance and work motivation. It was further studied that if a relationship exists between these variables, focus was to analyze the nature of the relationship. The research methodology used for analysis is quantitative analysis of the primary data collected. A sample size of 254 respondents is considered, out of which 138 are public bank employees and 116 are private bank employees. The data is collected through convenient sampling, using both offline as well as online modes. For the analysis of the data collected, statistical techniques Correlation and Regression were used. The overall implication of the study includes a detailed analysis of various parameters leading to employees increased work motivation and job performance. HR policy improvement HR practices can be devised by taking into consideration the significant findings of the present study.
How to cite this article:
Nidhi. Work motivation and job performance: A comparative study of the selected public and private banks in India. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(6):302-313.