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Factors Affecting to Employee’s Performance. A Study of Islamic Banks

Muhammad Rafique Shaikh (), Muhammad Nawaz Tunio () and Imran Ahmed Shah ()

International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 2017, vol. 7, issue 1, 312-321

Abstract: This research aspires to examine the factors for employee performance in Islamic Banks. Based on the literature argued, the three components assessed as the essential factors persuade the employees’ performance which requires to be considered. The study question reclines, although each of those elements has an immediate and limited consequence on the employees’ performance or else. Applying the quantitative technique, the population of this research was 60 respondents with N=50. The primary data collected in the questionnaires form with a Likert scale were analyzed then applying the method of multiple regressions. The findings disclose that the value of the determination coefficient test is 60.1 percent, showing that the employees’ performance is clarified by motivation; communication and job stress factors, although the left over 39.9 percent are connected with other factors. Furthermore, the F test shows that the job stress (X1), motivation (X2) and communication variables (X3) at the same time influence employees’ performance, although the T test indicates that both job stress (X1) and communication (X2) variables have no incomplete result on the employees’ performance, while the motivation variable (X2) has a partial effect on employee performance.

Keywords: Employee performance; job stress; communication; motivation; islamic banks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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