Employee Empowerment, Employee Motivation, Banking Industry, Perceived Supervisor Support
Rafique, Muhammad Asim
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Employee motivation is an essential contributor to organizational success and continues to sustain the employee morale and employee retention. The core purpose of the study is to identify the association of employee motivation with human resource practices, supervisor support and employee empowerment. The big of four dimensions of human resources practices are the recruitment and hiring, training and development, benefit and compensation, and evaluation. The quantitative method was used. A total of 200 questionnaires were distributed and only 125 questionnaires returned. The results revealed that human resource practices dimension of recruitment and hiring, training and development and supervisor support have a relationship with employee motivation. Recruitment & hiring, recruitment & development and supervisor support is scored highest. It showed these variable influence employees motivation most compared to others variable. However, steps should be taken by the organization to evaluate employee motivation. This will bring a huge impact to employee to perform greatly to achieve organizational goals.