The Effect of Job Rotation Practices on Employee Job Performance; Mediating Role of Intrinsic Motivation (with Special Reference to the Private Commercial Banks in Sri Lanka)

  • A.G.N.K.Fernando
  • D.M.R.S.Dissanayake
Keywords: Job Rotation Practices, Job Performances, Intrinsic Motivation, Commercial Banks, Mediation Analysis, Banking Industry

Abstract

Job rotation is a broadly used approach followed by many organizations to make more committed employees towards work at various levels of the hierarchy of the organization. This strategy identified as a motivating factor for the employee development. Thus the study focus on two objectives as To identify the impact of employee job rotation practices on job performances of Operational levels employees in banking industry of Sri Lanka and To identify the impact of employee job rotation practices on job performances through intrinsic motivation of Operational levels employees in banking industry of Sri Lanka. Questionnaires were administered to collect primary data from the 100 operational level employees in private commercial banks in Colombo district. Descriptive statistics, Regression analysis as well as Baron and Kenny Mediation Analysis method were directed to analyze the data by using SPSS statistical package. The study revealed that job rotation is an important programme for allowing employees to acquire new skills, enhance staff productivity, develop new relationships across the company and gain skills needed for future career advancement and it impact on the employee job performances. Moreover mediating analysis implies that Intrinsic Motivation partially mediate the relationship between Job Rotation Practices and employee Job Performances. The findings of the study will beneficial for the employers to structure their job rotation practices to develop employee performances in the future.

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Published
2019-10-31
How to Cite
A.G.N.K.Fernando, & D.M.R.S.Dissanayake. (2019). The Effect of Job Rotation Practices on Employee Job Performance; Mediating Role of Intrinsic Motivation (with Special Reference to the Private Commercial Banks in Sri Lanka). International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 9(5), 27-31. Retrieved from http://www.ijemr.net/ojs/index.php/ojs/article/view/31