A Conceptual Model for Work Allotment and Work Performance of Bank Employees

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Vijay M. Kumbhar


The present article is focused on the work allotment procedures and practices to be followed by the bank HRs and Bank Managers at their Branches, Regional Offices, and Head office of the Bank. In this article, the author tries to collect some inputs through the interactions with the bank HRs and Officials as well as Bank Employees informally. The mentions in the paper are based on the primary and secondary information collected during the last five years. Author tried to develop the Work Allotment and Performance -WAP model for the work allotment and assessment of factors affecting on work performance of the bank employees. This is the conceptual model for further testing with the empirical data and evidence. However, it can be used in other sectors also.

Work allotment, performance, bank, human resource, model

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Kumbhar, V. M. (2021). A Conceptual Model for Work Allotment and Work Performance of Bank Employees. Asian Journal of Economics, Finance and Management, 5(4), 26-29. Retrieved from https://globalpresshub.com/index.php/AJEFM/article/view/1287
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