Employees’ Attitude towards Monetary and Non-Monetary Rewards and Its Effect on Attrition

Executive summary

 This research titled “A Study on Employees Attitude towards Monetary and Non-Monetary Rewards and Its Effect on Attrition – (With Special Reference to Education Sector)” has been done at selected educational institutions of Bangalore. The research has been a result of recent increase in attrition. The problem is extremely high in the education sector, with faculties facing problems related to recognition by the institutions. They prefer changing jobs in return for better non-monetary rewards such as recognition.  This study focuses on employees’ attitude and their interest in job.

Chapters 2 explain the importance of this study in retaining talent at educational Institutions in current competitive world by giving an overview of the employees’ attitude in education sector. It also explains the objective of the study.

The 3rd chapter contains literature review. Various research outcomes delivered by some of the research institutes and researchers are studied. This gives a base to the study conducted further.

The 4th chapter concentrate on the design of the research. This research has adopted survey method to arrive into certain conclusions.

Data analysis and interpretation has been done in chapter 5. This chapter consolidates the whole data of attitude survey into charts and graphs and is followed by interpretation and inferences. It also includes the finding of the survey.

Chapter 6 summarizes the conclusions. It also includes certain recommendations been provided to the institutions in line with their capability and requirements.

The last chapter 7th includes a copy of the questionnaire and bibliography.


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