Impact of Moral & Material Incentives on Employee’s Performance; An Empirical Study in Private Hospitals at Capital Amman

  •  Hasan Al-Qudah    


The aim of this study is to identify the impact of moral & material incentives on employee’s performance as it will focus on some private hospitals operating at Amman capital of Jordan. The research use empirical analysis and distributed set of a questionnaire with a total of 291 out of which 20 were rejected due to various reasons including incompletely questionnaire, thus, 271 questionnaires was completed and shortlisted for statistical analysis , the study applied descriptive analytical method, and reached to following result, there is no difference application on moral and material incentives for employees to improve their performance when it comes to demographic variables like gender, age, educational qualifications. The study recommended a number of recommendations that private hospital has to develop policies and strategies to increase effectiveness incentives in addition to this, also the study recommend that the private hospitals in Amman should use incentives systems to meet with the needs of all employees.

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