Non-Monetary Rewards and Employee Engagement; A study of Health Sector

Muhammad Nauman Habib, Uzma Khalil, Humera Manzoor, Waseef jamal

Abstract


This study was conducted in order to investigate and identify the types of incentives (non-monetary) that leads to employee engagement among employees in health Sector. Non-monetary rewards included training and development, pleasant working environment, preferred lunch hours, business cards and own security. The study is conducted on 193 respondents at a private sector hospital. Respondents comprised of doctors, nurses and paramedical staff. Data was collected using self-administered questionnaire and responses were recorded using 5-points Likert scale. First the overall responses were analyzed and then individual group responses were analyzed by using regression analysis.  The result shows that only a part of respondents shows positive results towards non-monetary rewards and there were differences in the responses towards each subset type of non-monetary reward. 


Keywords


Employee Engagement, Incentives, Non-monetary Rewards, Health Sector

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