Linkage of Employee Motivation and Employee Performance – Empirical Evidence on Employee Relationship Management Practices


Kalpana Koneru,



Employee Relations,Trust,HR Practices,Communication System,Shared Goals & Values,Leadership Style,Employee Motivation,Employee Performance,


Employee Relations are born out of “employment relationship” in an industrial setting. It is the Industry which provides the environment for employee relations. The Production and Productivity depends upon the type of Employee Relations in an organization. The overall performance of an Organization is effects when there is existence of Positive Employee Relations. The Internal Communication system, Trust among the employees, Best HR/ IR Policies by management, leadership style of the management, Goals of the individuals as well as organization are key factors to affect the relations. There are certain evidences in the literature to engendering the high motivation among the employee so the firm. Hence, the current study emphasized to assess the mediating role of employee motivation over the employee performance in the organizations. The researcher collected 888 samples from RastreeyaIspat Nigam Limited, Visakhapatnam to test the proposed model in this research paper. The respondents profile is explained by using the descriptive statistics such as mean and standard deviation. The proposed hypotheses of the model are tested by using Hayes (2016) mediation analysis. The results evidencedthe significant indirect effect in the proposed model.


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