IMPACT OF MONETARY AND NON-MONETARY INCENTIVES ON EMPLOYEES WORKPLACE PERFORMANCE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE JOB ENRICHMENT AT THE WORKPLACE
This study's findings of the impact of monetary and non-monetary incentives on employees’ workplace performance with special reference to the job enrichment at the workplace shed light on the relationship between the incentives of the monetary and non-monetary incentives with employees' job enrichment. This study was conducted to prove the ideal to reconcile it with reality. This relation has a direct influence on the employees' job enrichment which leads to job performance. Thus, the following literature shows the impact of the findings, such as the influence factors (monetary and non-monetary incentives) and job enrichment within the organization. That manipulates the employee’s performance within the work environment by virtue of monetary incentives and non-monetary incentives. Plus, it leads to either a high level or low level of job enrichment. The findings came to prove the theoretical basis with the structural equation model. Further, to show where the monetary and non-monetary incentives impact the relationship between employee job performance and job enrichment. The questionnaire responded by 249 employees working in eight different branches of Oman College of Health Sciences variety. Though, the study's results showed that job enrichment is influenced by incentives system management as well. Job enrichment indicates the employees' satisfaction along with their performance that could contribute meaningfully to the organizational development. The results operated by the Statistical Analysis Software- Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). The results proved that the of the organizational incentives influence the multi dimension into the organization, especially the organizational performance. The responses analyzed by SPSS apparent the demand of employee job enrichment with their demographic factors to improve the direct relationship between employee satisfaction, employee job performance, and job enrichment. Eventually, organizational development is strongly relying on high job enrichment and incentives programs.
Incentives, Performance, Satisfaction, Job Enrichment, Organizational Challenges, Leading Improvement.