NON-FINANCIAL INCENTIVE SYSTEM AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION

Mukaram Ali Khan, Syed Sohaib Zubair, Anam Tarif

Abstract




Financial rewards have high significance in motivating
human resources as well as making them committed. Hence, the focus
of this research is on the impact of Non-Financial Incentives on
Organizational Commitment. The methodology used in this study is a
survey of 175 employees from 20 companies that were selected
randomly from the population i.e. Food and Beverage industry of
Pakistan. Statistical tools used for testing the hypotheses that were
developed on the basis of literature review, were spearman’s rho
correlation and regression. Results show that job-related incentives
relatively play significant role in instigating organizational
commitment among employees in an organization.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v18i1.664

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