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    The Influence of Rewards for Creativity on Employee Creativity Performance.Sayed Sami Muzafary, Salim M. Hamza & Deeba Shekaib - 2018 - International Journal of Academic Multidisciplinary Research (IJAMR) 2 (11):61-64.
    Abstract: Many scholars and practitioners are concerned with understanding how and when to motivate individuals to be more creative. We argue that the conflicting ideas may be due to differences between findings towards reward conditions and the situation in which rewards has to be offered. Hence, it is vital to portray in this study that motivating employees to be creative is important for many firms. Amount of literature shows that employee performance can be encouraged by extrinsic and intrinsic rewards in (...)
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    The Effects of Extrinsic Rewards to Employee Creativity and the Mediating Role of Creative Self-Efficacy a Perspective of Social Cognitive Theory.Sayed Sami Muzafary, Zhixia Chen, Zalmay Wafayar & Mohammad Naim Wahdat - 2019 - International Journal of Academic Management Science Research (IJAMSR) 3 (4):15-36.
    Abstract: The purpose of this research paper is to investigate the effects of extrinsic rewards for creativity to employee creativity and the mediating role of creative self-efficacy, by using social cognitive theory as an overarching theory to clarify these effects. Our finding shows that extrinsic rewards for creativity enhance employee creativity through creativity self-efficacy. Moreover, social cognitive theory as overarching theory clarifies how and why extrinsic rewards for creativity can affect employee creativity. Furthermore, our results explained, how extrinsic reward for (...)
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    Perceived Effects of Psychological Contract Breach on Job Involvement and Organizational Citizenship Behavior Among Academic Employees in A TVET Institution.Bonga Blessing Mdletshe & Sayed Sami Muzafary - 2019 - International Journal of Academic Multidisciplinary Research (IJAMR) 3 (4):30-39.
    Abstract: The aim of this paper is to establish how academic employees in technical, vocational education and training (TVET) College perceive the effects of psychological contract breach (PCB) in relations to job involvement and citizenship behaviour. Quantitative exploratory research design and a survey instrument were used to collect 170 samples from academic employees in a TVET College to share their perceptions of PCB. The findings confirm a significant (P-value .006) relationship between PCB and job involvement. There is a strong indication (...)
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