The Impact of Rewards & Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) On Employee Motivation

Aroosa Khan, Fatima Latif, Wardah Jalal, Rabia Anjum, Muhammad Rizwan


After a long period of research on this topic, motivating employees and retaining them is still a threatening challenge for organizations. The study aims to analyze impact of rewards and corporate social responsibility (CSR) on employee’s motivation in Pakistan. This study specifically examines the relationship between intrinsic rewards, extrinsic rewards, internal CSR, external CSR (customer related), external CSR (local communities related), external CSR (business partner related) and employee motivation. It also examines relationship between employee motivation and organizational commitment. Employees of Bahawalpur and Rahim yar khan are the sample of this research. Sample size of 150 respondents was used and data collected through self administered questionnaire which was analyzed in SPSS 16 using regression technique. The result depicts that there is significant relationships between extrinsic rewards, external CSR (local communities), external CSR (business partner) and employee motivation and there is also significant relationship between employee motivation and organizational commitment. Management should focus on extrinsic rewards, external CSR (local communities & business partner related) to motivate employees for organizational commitment. 

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International Journal of Human Resource Studies  ISSN 2162-3058


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