“Factors of Workplace Environment that Affects Employee Performance in an Organization”: A study on Greenwich University of Karachi
Emadul Karim () and
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Nowadays, organizations are aware of the fact that employee performance is one of the key factors behind any business’s success, which is why the management is usually finding ways to increase the level of employee performance through various methods. It is the mission of organization to get people together to accomplish tasks and objectives by utilizing the resources effectively and efficiently. The basic objective of this study is to measure the impact of working environment factors on performance of employees working in Greenwich University (GU), through identifying the variables which includes leadership, organizational culture, training and development, rewards and incentives and stress. This study is quantitative in nature and is aimed to find out the relationship between the above mentioned variables and employee’s performance of Greenwich University (GU) and the sample size is of 50 current employees. The hypothesis will be proven will by using Multiple Regression Analysis which is in SPSS software the reason for using MLR is that the research contains 5 independent variables and their affects have to be seen on employee’s performance which is single dependent variable. The purpose of the study is to see the existing literature and theories in order to have a constructed framework of factors affecting employee performance. It was observed through the validity of the results that these environmental factors do have an impact on employee performance.
Keywords: Employee Performance; Working Environment; Stress; Training and Development; Rewards; Culture; Leadership. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M1 M12 M14 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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