Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal (Print ISSN: 1087-9595; Online ISSN: 1528-2686)


Factors Effecting Performance of Female Employees in Financial Institutes: A Case Study of Meezan Bank Limited, Pakistan

Author(s): Rabia Habib, Farrokh Jalee

Employees are an essential element of any organization. They are considered a human capital investment. Today, we find females as active members of organizations, which has raised the bar of competition for male employees with equal competency and capabilities. In this research study, we will find out how their performance can be influenced by some factors like authority in decision making, flexibility of time and workplace conditions. We have taken references from researchers who have previously worked on related studies and highlighted the gaps in the literature review. Consequently, to verify the hypothesis, we define our sample size and collect data through a questionnaire. Since, the topic was associated with females, the respondents are demographically taken as female staff of Meezan Bank operating in the developing country of Pakistan. Data were collected using convenience sampling technique and SPSS V.23 was used to analyses data. We have extended our recommendation because it could be helpful for the organization to formulate the strategies and policies in such a manner that it could be helpful to female employees to work more enthusiastically in the organization.

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