Pakistans banking sector shows a key role in its economic growth.
Employee behavior in this sector is greatly affected by job-related
factors. The drive of the study was to assess the impact of trust, rewards, and training on
WE in the banking sector. Data were collected from a random sample of 150
correspondences through the survey questionnaire. The model of correlation and
regression was used to scan the connection between the
variables. Results based on the model of correlation and
statistical regression revealed that all three factors,
including trust, reward, and training, have a positive
influence on the WE of the employees. This research is a
distinct study of trust, rewards and training consequences
on the employees WE from a banking perspective. The
outcomes of the study, therefore, have a number of
suggestions in the field of human resource for
researchers and practitioners.
1-Hazrat Bilal Assistant Professor, Center for Management and Commerce, University of Swat, KP, Pakistan.2-Naveed Farooq Assistant Professor,Institute of Business Studies & Leadership, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan, KP, Pakistan. 3-Lala Rukh Lecturer, Center for Management and Commerce,University of Swat, KP, Pakistan.
Trust, Rewards, Training, Work Engagement, Banking Sector