The Impact of Extrinsic Motivation on Employees’ Performance: A Comparative Analysis of Food and Textile Industries in Sindh, Pakistan

  •  Sumra Haleem Shaikh    
  •  Saima Kamran Pathan    
  •  Imamuddin Khoso    


The purpose of present study is to examine the effects of external motivational factors on employees. Current study is employed Herzberg’s two-factor theory to investigate the effects of extrinsic factors on employees’ food and textile industries of Sindh, Pakistan. Seven point Likert scale is used for survey purpose. Reliability test is conducted for knowing the internal consistency of extrinsic factors as independent variables and employees’ performance as dependent variable. Pearson correlation, Analysis Of Variance (ANOVA), t test and multiple regression techniques are employed for data analysis.The results found that all extrinsic factors have positive and significant effects on employees. This study provides good amount of knowledge on the importance of extrinsic factors for improving the employees’ performance.

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  • Issn(Print): 1913-9004
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  • Started: 2008
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