Impact of Reward and Recognition, Supervisor Support on Employee Engagement
- Employee Engagement, MCB, NBP, Reward and Recognition, Supervisor Support.
Copyright (c) 2020 Muhammad Baqir, Sajid Hussain, Rashid Waseem, K. M. Anwarul Islam
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Employee engagement play a key role for the success of any organization because they provides the highest employee satisfaction , lower employee turnover rate , greater employee loyalty, better customer service, higher sales and higher profitability. The aim of this study is to examine the impact of reward and recognition and perceived supervisor support on employee engagement. The method used in research is quantities descriptive. We used questionnaire to collect data. The population in this study consisted of employees of Muslim Commercial Bank & National Bank of Pakistan. Data were collected in Multan from 108 employees but unfortunately 08 questionnaire data rejected because the data was not proper fill. The data were analyzed using through statically package for social science (SPSS Version 21).The results show that reward & recognition and supervisor support can engage employees for better performance. Hence; employee’s engagement can improve through the reward and recognition and supervisor support.
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