Impact of Decision Making, Reward Management on Job Performance: Mediation of Job Satisfaction: A Case of a Private Banks in Sri Lanka

Yasodara Jayarathna, S. M. D, Weerakkody, W. A. S.


With the huge competition prevailing in the business world, organizations focusing more on job performance than ever before as less performed employees will lead the organizations for destruction. With this interest, organizations looking forward to recognize how job performance can be enhanced within the organization, which leads to a competitive edge. By identifying this importance, this study is focused on to investigate the impact of decision making and reward management on job performance, and to identify the mediation effect of job satisfaction on the above relationships. self administered questionnaires were used to collect the date and data were collected from 311 employees in private banks in Sri Lanka. The impact of decision making and reward management on job performance were significant and partial mediation of job satisfaction on the above relationships were found out. Thereby, this study sign the managers of the organizations to focus more on practices of the organizations to enhance the performance of the employees.

Keywords: Decision Making, Job Performance, Job Satisfaction, Private Banks, Reward Management, Sri Lanka

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