Rewards, Motivation and Job Satisfaction

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Chapter 1 – Introduction Rewards, Motivation and Job Satisfaction are important and significant variables to the organization success as it is an employee’s attitude towards their job. The higher the job satisfaction, the more the employees will hold a positive attitude towards their jobs. Similarly, the organization will have low turnover rate and better in talent retention. (Sarwar & Abugre, 2013) Therefore, an organization’s strategy is linked to job satisfaction of the employees as it has direct impact on productivity and profitability. (Khalid, et al., 2011) In many organizations, employee turnover is a major issue because of the cost involved with new hiring and training. The purpose of this study is to find out the relationship between job satisfaction and employees performance in Gas Pte Ltd. (Sarwar & Abugre, 2013) Chapter 2 – Literature Review In the past, the organizations provide a permanent guarantee for the job and employees will in return give the organizations their loyalty and their best performance. However, this is a dream now which show that the job satisfaction in the organization has changed over the years. Employees are more educated and highly trained in skill. They are able to perform their duties based on their capabilities to achieve the goals of the organization. As a result now, organizations should recognize what are the needs to motivate their employees to deliver their best to the organizations. (Zaidi & Abbas, 2011) 2.1 Rewards In today’s world, it is essential to recognise and reward employees with high performance. Rewards have became an important factor in motivates employees and ensures a high level of performance in any organization. Employees in Gas equip with specific skills and goals expect a good working environment where they can utilize their skills to satisfy their desires to achieve their

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