Impact of Employee Motivation on Job Satisfaction With Respect To Corporate Social Responsibility and Rewards

Muhammad Yousaf Khan, Muhammad Rizwan, Muhammad Ibrahim Arshad, Muhammad Fahad Anwar


Nowadays, human resource is considered to be the most important asset of any organization. In order to get the efficient and effective results from human resource and to make them feel satisfied at their respective jobs, employee motivation is compulsory. An active and effective Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Division and Rewards System of an organization  play significant role in motivating employees The current study examines the relationship between employee’s motivation and job satisfaction with respect to Rewards (Both Intrinsic & Extrinsic) and CSR (Internal & External). Employees of banks and few organizations of Bahawalpur were taken as sample of the study. An already developed questionnaire was used for data collection. 184 questionnaires were distributed. The data was analyzed using regression analysis. All findings were checked at 0.05 level of significance. The result concludes that there is a significant impact of External CSR on employee motivation while Internal CSR has an insignificant impact on employee motivation. Similarly, there is a direct relation of extrinsic rewards and the employee’s motivation. Interestingly, extrinsic rewards found an insignificant impact on employee motivation. However, Employee Motivation is directly related to job satisfaction. This study has got managerial importance in the context that it is not the extrinsic rewards always at all levels which motivate employees. This study gives a direction to the management of the organizations including banks the importance of intrinsic rewards and external CSR.

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Journal of Public Administration and Governance  ISSN 2161-7104


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