Everyone works in expectation of some rewards, and welfare is one of them. In order to understand the impact of employee benefits on employees′ work‐motivation and productivity, questionnaires were sent to corporations which had undertaken employee benefit programmes. Some of the significant results of this study are: employee benefit programmes have greater impact on work‐motivation than on productivity; monetary benefit programmes are most highly valued by both executives and workers; there is a cognitive gap between management and worker on the importance of employee benefit programmes; different genders have different benefit demands; unmarried employees, more than married employees, perceive that employee benefits have a greater impact on job performance. Employees with different education levels and positions perceive different employee benefit impacts; and employee benefit programmes have greater influence on younger employees′ job performance.
Hong, J., Yang, S., Wang, L., Chiou, E., Su, F. and Huang, s. (1995), "Impact of employee benefits on work motivation and productivity", International Journal of Career Management, Vol. 7 No. 6, pp. 10-14. https://doi.org/10.1108/09556219510098064
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