Md. Al Amin Khan, Arun Kumar Tarofder, S. M. Ferdous Azam


The article illustrates the connection between organizational factors that influence on employee’s motivation and productivity in a given organization satellite TV channel in Bangladesh. The exploration surveys important writing to distinguish the organizational factors that impact representative inspiration and their output also. Be that as it may, the connection between organizational components and employee’s efficiency is yet to be seen thoroughly. The examination investigates view of hierarchical components like reward system, training and jobs security and the representative efficiency. The example is of significant fluctuation as far as gender, educational level, salary and employment tenure. Information investigations were performed utilizing SPSS 23.0, and the outcomes demonstrate that employee inspiration have a significant positively influence on by and large employee profitability in a satellite TV station.

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