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This study explores the impact of best financial incentives on employee’s job motivation, performance satisfaction, and turnover. Theoretically speaking when organizations pay good financial benefits to their employees, they are more motivated, satisfied, and more committed with the organization. Our sample consists of Pakistani, telecommunication industry, textile industry. We collected the data of 600 responses out of 1000 questionnaire. By utilizing the received responses, we run the path analysis and found that all the stated variables are positively significant except job turnover. We found that financial reward can positively contribute to keeping the employee motivated and satisfied. However financial rewards discourage the employee turnover intention which cannot save organizational financial cost but also help to retain human capital as well.
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