DOI: https://doi.org/10.9744/jmk.18.2.83–90

REWARD MANAGEMENT ON MOTIVATION TO PERFORM JOB

Azman Ismail, Aimi Anuar, Anis Anisah Abdullah

Abstract


This study investigated the relationship between reward management and motivation to perform job. A quantitative survey method was employed to collect self-administered questionnaires from employees who work at government departments in Klang Valley, Peninsular Malaysia. The outcomes of linear regression analysis showed three important findings: first, communication was positively and significantly correlated with motivation to perform job. Second, participation was positively and significantly correlated with mo-tivation to perform job. Third, performance appraisal was positively and significantly correlated with motiva-tion to perform job. This result confirms that communication, participation and performance appraisal is im-portant determinants of motivation to perform job in the organizational sample. Further, discussion, implyca-tions and conclusions are elaborated.

Keywords


Reward management, communication, participation, performance appraisal, motivation to per-form job, linear regression analysis

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