EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY IN MALAYSIAN PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
This study investigates the effect of employee productivity among employees in Private Higher Educational Institutions, in Malaysia. The independent variables are job motivation, supervisor support, financial rewards and working hours on employee productivity. 198 employees from 10 different private higher educational institutions have responded to the questionnaire of this study. Based on the results, it shows there is a direct and significant relationship between job motivation and working hours on employee productivity and vice versa towards financial rewards and working hours. The study implies that employee productivity increase with high job motivation and flexible working hours. However, supervisor support and financial rewards are secondary compared to job motivation working hours in relation to employee productivity.
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