The Impact of Incentives on Job Performance- An Empirical Study on Khamis Mushayt Community College- King Khalid University

Volume 7, Issue 3, Article 8 - 2019

Authors: Rawabi Hasan Al-Shehri

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Abstract

The study aimed to identify the impact of incentives on the job performance at King Khalid University. To achieve this goal, the researcher designed a questionnaire to test the study hypotheses. As a case study: Khamis Mushayt Community College - Female Section, Cronbach Alpha technique was used to test the correlation between the measurements expressing the opinions of the sample of the study. This indicates that the application of positive financial incentives affects the performance of the college and proves a statistically significant relationship between the application of positive financial incentives and job performance, which proves the first hypothesis, as the following four hypotheses proved correct. The study recommended the addition of new types of positive material and morale incentives, and links them to the evaluation of job performance.

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Rawabi Hasan Al-Shehri (2019) The Impact of Incentives on Job Performance- An Empirical Study on Khamis Mushayt Community College- King Khalid University
Global Journal of Economics and Business Vol 7 (3) 359-371
https://doi.org/10.31559/GJEB2019.7.3.8