Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (ISSN: 2315-5086) April 2015 Vol. 4(4), pp 137-141,

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Review

Reward System and Job Satisfaction: A Conceptual Review

Mokhtar Al-shaibah1 and  Nasser Habtoor2

1Faculty of Leadership and Management, Universiti Sains Islam MalaysiaBandar BaruNilai,71800 Negeri Sembilan, MalaysiaE-mail: mukhtaralshibah@yahoo.com Tel: + 601137664881
2Faculty of Leadership and Management, UniversitiSains Islam MalaysiaBandar BaruNilai,71800 Negeri Sembilan, MalaysiaE-mail: habtoornasser@yahoo.com, Tel: + 60176994872

Accepted 03 April 2015


 

Abstract 

Reward system is considered one of the most important factors that increase job satisfaction among employee. It is because reward system fulfills employees’ needs which increase the interaction between the employee and the organization. on another hand , employee feels that he is value when his organization pay him well, recognize his effort and through other dimensions of reward system whatever it was extrinsic reward or intrinsic reward.

Keywords: reward system, job satisfaction, Maslow’s Need Theory, Expectancy theory, Two Factor Theory.

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