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Unformatted text preview: hypotheses of the study. Findings showed that rewards induced positive job satisfaction of employees. Additionally the findings also showed that job satisfaction of employees stimulated their loyalty to the organization. However, a very high level of employee dissatisfaction was recorded for employee pay and the amount work they do. The study result highlights the role of employees’ job satisfaction and the responsibilities of organizations in fostering good quality HRM practices in the service sectors, and offers an alternative pathway in employee satisfaction and performance. These results add to the evidence that HR practises influences business outcomes rather than the other way around. Keywords: Rewards, employee satisfaction, job satisfaction, inducement, loyalty....
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- Summer '15
- South University, service industry, Darji Praneeth