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An Analysis of the Perception of the Components of Work Environment: A Study between State Owned and Private Banks of Bangladesh

Hafsa Maryam
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Hafsa Maryam: American International University, Bangladesh

Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2014, vol. 3, issue 1, 25-32

Abstract: There has been an increased trend towards employment in banking sector in Bangladesh. Based on it, the study analyzed the difference between the perception of work environment which also includes the organizational culture between the private and public sector of the banking industry. The research is carried on different variables such as motivational level, job experience, and perception by genders and job designation. The main hypothesis of the research was that there is a considerable difference in the perception of work environment. The conclusion was that there is not a substantial or significant difference in the private and public sectors of the economy with reference to the banking sector.

Keywords: work environment; physical environment; public sector organizations; private sector organizations; banking; Revised Work Environment Scale (WES); physiology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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