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Diversity of employee incentives from the perspective of banks employees in Poland - empirical approach

Vladimir Davydenko, Jerzy Kaźmierczyk, Gulnara Fatykhovna Romashkina and Elżbieta Żelichowska
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Vladimir Davydenko: Tyumen State University
Jerzy Kaźmierczyk: PUEB - Poznań University of Economics and Business
Gulnara Fatykhovna Romashkina: Tyumen State University
Elżbieta Żelichowska: PUEB - Poznań University of Economics and Business

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Abstract: This paper examines the diversity of employee incentives from the perspective of banks employees in Poland. According to the theory, employee motivation is a very significant factor which leads to the success of the entire organization and it is closely related to the motivation system in a workplace. It is important to underline the fact that motivation system is not always well-chosen which means that it is also not efficient in each organization. What is more, it is possible to observe differentiation in used motivation incentives in banks among different groups of employees. The purpose of this study was to investigate this segmentation according to the type of bank, gender and job position. Firstly, grounded in the literature, this article explains the importance of employee motivation tools. The research among bank employees let to verify propounded in this article theses. The results revealed the diversity in using employee incentives in banks in Poland. Furthermore, showed that commercial banks use more diverse employee incentives than cooperative ones, female employees in banks are motivated less diversely than males and managerial staff are motivated more diversely than employees in non-managerial positions.

Keywords: employee; Poland; incentives; motivation; HRM; banks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017-09-29
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Published in Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues, 2017, 5 (1), pp.116 - 126. ⟨10.9770/jesi.2017.5.1(9)⟩

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