Impact of Incentives on the Job Performance of Employees Working in Textile Industries of District Kohat

  • Ishtiaq Hussain Kohat University of Science & Technology (KUST) Kohat
  • Nabi Bux Jumani International Islamic University Islamabad
  • Sarfraz Ahmad Kohat University of Science & Technology (KUST) Kohat


The study was focused to find the impact of the incentives on the job performance of the employees working in the textile industries particularly conducted to identify the financial & non-financial incentives used for the betterment of textile employees. This study also compared the significance of incentives between Kohat Textile Mills and Janana Demaluchu Textile Mills in district Kohat. Population of the study constituted all the employees working in the Textile Mills situated in district Kohat. The study was delimited to the two Textiles Mills of district Kohat i.e., Kohat Textile Mills and Janana Demaluchu Textile Mills. 60 respondents, having age between 20 to 50 years, were selected using stratified sampling technique from two selected textile mills (30 from Kohat Textile Mills and 30 from Janana Demaluchu Textile Mills). A self-made questionnaire was used as research instrument for the collection of the information from the employees working in sampled textile mills. After collection of the data, it was tabulated and analyzed by using t-test for finding the significance between two mills at alpha level of 0.05 value. It was concluded that salary packages, overtime payment and bonus were more attractive financial rewards as compared to the non-financial rewards like free education of the children, recreational activities, and retirement benefits which were considered as more necessary for the employees’ satisfaction into their lives. 

Keywords: Yearnings, Financial, Non-financial, Employees, Packages, Overtime

Author Biographies

Ishtiaq Hussain, Kohat University of Science & Technology (KUST) Kohat
Associate Professor, Institute of Education & Research
Nabi Bux Jumani, International Islamic University Islamabad
Professor of Education/ Director, Directorate of Distance Education
Sarfraz Ahmad, Kohat University of Science & Technology (KUST) Kohat
Lecturer, Department of Education & Psychology


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