Effectiveness of training on Employee Motivation and Job Satisfaction with Mediating Role of E-learning in Branchless Micro Finance Banking

Authors

  • Sabeeh ud Din Khan Army Public College of Management Sciences, Rawalpindi, Pakistan Author
  • Raja Mazhar Hameed National Book Foundation, Islamabad, Pakistan Author
  • Nida Zahid Department of Business Studies, Bahria University Islamabad, Pakistan Author
  • Abdul Rafae Mazhar Raja Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited, Islamabad, Pakistan Author

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.61506/01.00082

Keywords:

E-learning, Training, Employee Performance, Motivation and Satisfaction

Abstract

The research investigated the effectiveness of training on employee work motivation and job satisfaction and the mediating role of e-learning in branchless banking. In every organization Employees are the major assets. The success of the organization depends on the performance of the employee. For that reason, the higher level officials realize the importance of spending in training and E-learning for the betterment and development of employee motivation and job satisfaction also keep them to get the challenges of the today’s spirited environment of the business. The importance of E-learning system on organizations have been discussed at length but not much substantially towards the proportion of E-learning, the current research has targeted to see the “Impact of training with mediating role of E-learning on employees’ job satisfaction and work motivation in micro finance banks in which training was considered as independent variable, whereas dependent variables are work motivation and job satisfaction and E-learning is mediator. A self-administrated questionnaire with the help of convenient sampling technique has been carried out by survey of employees. Four hypotheses were formulated, which narrated unswervingly to the questions of the research. A statistical software SPSS is used to perform descriptive, reliability, regression and correlation analysis. Results of the research showed that there is a significant positive relationship between training and employee performance job satisfaction and work motivation with mediating role of E-learning on the variables.

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2023-12-25

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Khan, S. ud D. ., Hameed, R. M. ., Zahid, N. ., & Raja, A. R. M. . (2023). Effectiveness of training on Employee Motivation and Job Satisfaction with Mediating Role of E-learning in Branchless Micro Finance Banking. Bulletin of Business and Economics (BBE), 12(4), 54-64. https://doi.org/10.61506/01.00082

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