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The Influence of Job Rotation Practices on Employee Performance, Mediation Effect of Human Factor and Motivation

B. Ravikumar; Kokila Mohan; Vedantam Seetha Ram

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

Banking industry plays a significant role in economic development of a nation through their operational efficiency. This study is an assessment of enhanced skills of employees through job rotation such that their performance, human factor and motivational factor play role on employee performance. A self – administered adopted questionnaire developed by Morgeson & Humphrey, also Marylene Gagne et al., method adopted questionnaire is circulated amongst 402 employees of banks in Vellore district selected applying purposive sampling method. The data is assessed applying mediation technique using structural equation modeling approach. Results indicate that motivation and human factor play mediating role in the performance of employees due to job rotation. This study confirms the importance of job rotation in the performance of employees in banking industry helping employer build better relationship and yield effective results from their employees. 

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