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Volume :24 Issue : 94 1999      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN REWARD EXPECTANCY ON EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE AND A SET OF VARIABLES: A Comprehensive Study Between Public and Private Agencies

Auther : Dr. Fadel S. Al-Fadli

 

The topic of effective performance-reward expectancy generating increased interest in organizational studies in both public and private agencies, also numerous researchers have proposed that confidence on peers and confidence in management are essential for understanding interpersonal and group behavior and managerial effectiveness. This study seeks to investigate the relationship between reward expectancy on effective performance and a set of other variables (confidence in management, confidence in peers, attitude towards earnings, gender, age, seniority and nationality).

The result of the study led to following conclusion:

  1. All the demographic variables had no significant correlation with reward expectancy on effective performance.
  2. Women had significantly higher scores in confidence in management and in confidence in peers.
  3. Men had significantly higher scores in attitude toward earnings.
  4. The employees in private agencies had significantly higher scores in confidence in management and in attitude toward earnings.
  5. The employees in public agencies had significantly higher scores in confidence in peers and in reward expectancy on effective performance.

All the implications of the above mentioned findings are discussed.

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