[Home ] [Archive]   [ فارسی ]  
:: Main :: About :: Current Issue :: Archive :: Search :: Submit :: Contact ::
Main Menu
Journal Information::
Articles archive::
For Authors::
For Reviewers::
Contact us::
Site Facilities::
Search in website

Advanced Search
Receive site information
Enter your Email in the following box to receive the site news and information.
:: Volume 10, Issue 33 (3-2023) ::
qjal 2023, 10(33): 135-162 Back to browse issues page
Meta-analysis of employee welfare Policy attitudinal and behavioral outcome
Behrooz Rezayeemanesh , Habib Roodsaz , Mirali Seyednaghavi , Mohammad Rahimian *
Abstract:   (605 Views)
One of the basic strategies of the organization is to consider human power as an important capital in the organization and planning to attract, maintain and improve the capacities of human resources. For this, employee welfare policies must be properly designed and implemented so that employees can spend their maximum effort and energy to achieve organizational goals without any worries. The purpose of employee welfare programs is to perform practices to maintain the physical, emotional and mental health of employees. The purpose of the current research is to identify the attitudinal and behavioral consequences of employee welfare policies with a meta-analysis approach. This research is practical in terms of purpose and quantitative in terms of analysis and type of data. The studied population includes scientific-research articles from 2008 to 2022, of which 70 studies were selected as a statistical sample using a non-random sampling method. Statistical samples were analyzed using CMA2 software. The findings of the research showed that among the attitudinal and behavioral consequences of welfare policies, the variables of employee performance (0.705), job satisfaction (0.517), employee retention (0.542), job motivation (0.492), attachment Job (0.412) and commitment organization (0.316) have the largest effect size.
Keywords: Welfare policies, attitudinal consequences, behavioral consequences, meta-analysis
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
1. Aamir, A., Jehanzeb, K., Rasheed, A., & Malik, O. M. (2012). “Compensation methods and employees‟ motivation (With reference to employees of National Commercial Bank Riyadh)”. International Journal of Human Resource Studies, 2(3), 221-230.
2. Adeoye, A. O. P., & Omosanya, O. K. (2018). “Compensation System AND Employee performance: A Study OF NON-ACADEMICS STAFF OF UNIVERSITIES”. LASU Journal of Employment Relations & Human Resource Management,1(1).238-245.
3. Adnan Bataineh, K. (2019).” Impact of work-life balance, happiness at work, on employee performance”. International Business Research, 12(2), 99-112.
4. Agusioma, N. L., Nyakwara, S., & Mwiti, E. (2019). “The Influence of Staff Welfare on Employee Performance at Public Service Commission in Kenya”. Asian Journal of Business and Management, 7(5),1-6.
5. Akter, A., Hossen, M. A., & Islam, M. N. (2019). “Impact of work life balance on organizational commitment of university teachers: Evidence from Jashore University of Science and Technology”. International journal of scientific research and management, 7(04), 1073-1079.
6. Akter, N., & Husain, M. M. (2016). “Effect of compensation on job performance: An empirical study. International journal of engineering technology”, management and applied sciences, 4(8), 103-116.
7. Alam, M. N., Hassan, M. M., Bowyer, D., & Reaz, M. (2020). “The effects of wages and welfare facilities on employee productivity: Mediating role of employee work motivation”. Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal, 14(4), 38-60.
8. Alfatihah, I., Nugroho, A. S., Haessel, E., & Maharani, A. (2021).”The influence of work-life balance with work motivation as mediating factor on job satisfaction A prediction toward transition to new normal situation”. Management, 6(01).
9. Ali, M. (2014). “The Impact of Safety and health on Employee’s Retention”. Management and Administrative Sciences Review, 3(6), 960-967.
10. Almeida, N. A. D. H., & Perera, G. D. N. (2015). “The impact of welfare on job satisfaction among non managerial employees in the apparel industry in Sri Lanka”. In Proceedings of International HR Conference,2(1),109-115.
11. Alvi, A. K., Jawaid, A., Kaur, P., Safdar, U., & Bakht Yawar, R. (2020). “Relationship between organizational benefits and employee job engagement”. European Online Journal of Natural and Social Sciences, 9(2), 339.350
12. Alvi, A. K., Kahn, M. A., Ahmed, A. A., & Zulfiqar, M. (2014).” A study of employee compensation and employee job engagement on banks of Lahore, Pakistan”. Science International (Lahore), 26(5), 2411-2414.
13. Aman-Ullah, A., Ibrahim, H., Aziz, A., & Mehmood, W. (2022). “Impact of workplace safety on employee retention using sequential mediation: evidence from the health-care sector”. RAUSP Management Journal, 57, 182-198.
14. Aruldoss, A., Kowalski, K. B., & Parayitam, S. (2020). “The relationship between quality of work life and work-life-balance mediating role of job stress, job satisfaction and job commitment: evidence from India”. Journal of Advances in Management Research.
15. Asriani, A., Lorensa, D., Saputri, F., & Hidayati, T. (2020). “The Effect of Compensation and Motivation To Employee Performance”. International Journal of Economics, Business and Accounting Research (IJEBAR), 4(01),1-7.
16. Berk, C., & Gundogmus, F. (2018). “The effect of work-life balance on organizational commitment of accountants”. Management, 13(2), 137-159.
17. Bui, H. T., Liu, G., & Footner, S. (2016). “Perceptions of HR practices on job motivation and work-life balance: Mixed drives and outcomes in a labor-intensive sector”. International Journal of Manpower.
18. Dayarathna,D. (2019). “Employee welfare management”. Researchgate publication.
19. De Kort, M., & Poell, R. F. (2016). “The relationship between work-life balance, work engagement and participation in employee development activities: A moderated mediation model”. Tilburg University, 1(1), 1-87.
20. Dhamija, A. “Impact on Determining Validity and Reliability Revising on Welfare Facilities of Employee Satisfaction in IT Sector”. European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 7(4),199-210.
21. Dwomoh, G., Owusu, E. E., & Addo, M. (2013). “Impact of occupational health and safety policies on employees’ performance in the Ghana’s timber industry: Evidence from Lumber and Logs Limited”. International Journal of Education and Research, 1(12), 1-14.
22. Elpariani, N. P. L. A. R., Riana, I. G., & Surya, I. B. K. (2020). “Coherency work-life balance, compensation, job satisfaction and organizational commitments millennial generations”. Global Journal of Social Sciences Studies, 6(2), 139-147.
23. Gangwani, S., Dubey, M. K., & Dasgupta, P. (2016). “A Study on Compensation Management and its Importance for Employee Retention in IT Industry in India”. International Journal of Research in IT and Management, 6(12), 37-44.
24. Gelard, P., & Rezaei, S. (2016). “The relationship between job motivation, compensation satisfaction and job satisfaction in employees of tax administration–a case study in Tehran.” Asian Social Science, 12(2), 165-171.
25. Ghazanfar, F., Chuanmin, S., Khan, M. M., & Bashir, M. (2011). “A study of relationship between satisfaction with compensation and work motivation”. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2(1).
26. Ghoudarzi, H., Vameghi, R., Hosseini Fouladi, S., Khammar, A., Poursadeqiyan, M., & Kavari, S. H. (2019). “Relationship between health and safety management status and job satisfaction among employees of rehabilitation centers with crisis management approach in kohgiluyeh and boyer-ahmad province”. Health in Emergencies and Disasters, 4(4), 193-200.
27. Harshani, M. D. R., & Welmilla, I. (2017). “Effect of employee welfare facilities on employee retention: a study of cabin crew employees in Sri Lankan airlines”. Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, 12(2), 128-146.
28. Hoque, A. S. M. M., Awang, Z., Siddiqui, B. A., & Sabiu, M. S. (2018). “Role of employee engagement on compensation system and employee performance relationship among telecommunication service providers in Bangladesh”. International Journal of Human Resource Studies, 8(3), 19-37.
29. Indriyani, A. U., & Ignatius, H. (2016). “Effect of Compensation and Benefit to Employee Engagement Through Organisation Brand in Indonesia’ s Startup Company”. Jurnal Manajemen dan Bisnis Sriwijaya, 14(4), 515-524.
30. Jha, S & Nasir,M. (2018). “Relative Impact of Various Employee Welfare Programs on Attributes of Employee Engagement in I.T Sector”. International Journal of Current Research,10(11), 75799- 75807.
31. Kangure, F. M. (2014). “Relationship between work life balance and employee engagement in state corporations in Kenya “ Doctoral dissertation, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology).
32. Kare,A.P & Kotkar,S. (2020). “To study on Employee Welfare Amenities and Its Impact on Motivation and Productivity with special reference to Automobile industry”. The International journal of analytical and experimental modal analysis, 12(1),1768-1784.
33. Keitany, B. J. (2014). “Perceived relationship between employee welfare programs and employee performance at Kenya Pipeline Company”. Doctoral thesis, University of Nairobi,1-67.
34. Kumari,N. (2020). “Impact of Employee Welfare Facilities on the Job Satisfaction”.Journal of Business Theory and Practice,8(4),1-20.
35. Lumiti, P. A., Wekesa, S., Omondi, M., Orwa, G. O., Muma, M. M., Mabele, R., ... & Charles, M. (2018). “RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RECREATIONAL FACILITIES AT WORKPLACE AND PERFOMANCE IN NGOs IN KENYA”. International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research, 6(4), 1362-1392.
36. Manandhar, S. A. M. E. E. R. (2015). Impact of welfare facilities on the performance of employees in NGOs in Nairobi: A Case of Kenya Red Cross Nairobi Branch. Master thesis,1-55.
37. Mandhanya, Y. (2016). “Compensation Policy a Tool; Fostering Employee Retention”. Pacific Business Review International, 8(18), 101-108.
38. Maru, G. W., & Omodu, M. (2020). “Compensation Management System and Employee Retention practice in Niger insurance plc in Port Harcourt”. Journal DOI, 6(5).
39. Maurya, V. N., Jaggi, C. K., Singh, B., Arneja, C. S., Maurya, A. K., & Arora, D. K. (2015). “Empirical analysis of work life balance policies and its impact on employee’s job satisfaction and performance: Descriptive statistical approach”. American Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics, 4(2-1), 33-43.
40. Mendis, M. D. V. S., & Weerakkody, W. A. S. (2014). “The relationship between work life balance and employee performance: With reference to telecommunication industry of Sri Lanka”. Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management,9(1). 95-117.
41. Mihiravi, D. P., & Perera, G. D. N. (2016). “Impact of occupational safety and health practices on job satisfaction a study in selected large scale apparel firms in Colombo district”.
42. Mohamed, H., & Zaki, H. (2017). “Investigating the relationship between work-life balance and employee engagement among flight attendants”. International Journal of Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality, 11(1), 205-220.
43. Moradi, Y., Baghaei, R., Rahmani, A., & Mollazadeh, F. (2020). “The Association between Organizational Commitment and Quality of Services Offered to Nurses by a Hospital: A Descriptive-Correlational Study”. Journal of Occupational Health and Epidemiology, 9(1), 35-40.
44. Moruri, L. O., Evans, O. O., & Jennifer, M. K. (2018). “Influence of employee welfare facilities on their performance at the Kenya judiciary systems in North Rift Kenya”. Global Journal of Human Resource Management, 6(1), 26-34.
45. Mulievi, R. N., & Wanyama K. W. (2019). “Influence of capacity building practices on employee retention in the health sector in the County Government of Kakamega”. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, 6 (2), 959 –969.
46. Munywoki,G.M & Kariuki,M.M. (2020). “The Influence Of Perceived Employee Welfare Programs On Employee Job Satisfaction At Kenya Railways Corporation”. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management,8(6).273-290.
47. Muruu, R. W., Were, S., & Abok, M. A. (2016). “Effects of welfare programmes on employee satisfaction in the public sector: a case of the public service commission”. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, 3(4), 1607-1633.
48. Musyoka, R. S. (2014). “Relationship between health and safety programmes and performance of manufacturing firms in Mombasa county, Kenya, (Doctoral dissertation, University of Nairobi).
49. Musyoka, S. (2015). ,Effect of Staff Welfare Programs on Employee Satisfaction among Commercial Banks in Kenya” (Doctoral dissertation, United States International University-Africa),1-98.
50. Mutiria, J. K., Rukangu, S., & Kubaison, T. (2015). “Factors Influencing Employee Retention at Meru University of Science and Technology”. IOSR Journal of Business and Management, 17(11), 75-82.
51. Odeku, O. F., & Odeku, K. O. (2015). “Importance of the welfare facilities in the workplace: Issues in perspectives”. Socioeconomica, 4(7), 23-34.
52. Oktari, S. D., Suhardi,A. (2021). “Work Motivation And Compensation To Support Employee Performance At PT.” A. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT), 12(8), 705-710.
53. Patro, C. S., & Kamakula, M. K. R. (2020).” A Take on Employee Welfare Facilities and Employees' Efficiency”. In Wealth Creation and Poverty Reduction: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice, 7(3),628-646.
54. Ramkumar, C., & Selvavinayagam, K. (2019). “Analysis of health, safety and welfare measures and their impact on organisational commitment towards construction companies in Chennai”. A Journal of Composition Theory, 12(8), 309-319.
55. Ramya, T. J., Arepallli, B., & Laksh, P. (2016). “A study on employee welfare facilities and its impact on employee satisfaction at hotel industry with special reference to Mysuru district”. IJESC, 6(12), 3680-3686.
56. Rani, S. V., & Mariappan, S. (2011). “Work/life balance reflections on employee satisfaction”. Serbian Journal of Management, 6(1), 85-96.
57. Salman, S., Mahmood, A., & Aftab, F. (2016). “Impact of safety health environment on employee retention in pharmaceutical industry: Mediating role of job satisfaction and motivation”. IBT Journal of Business Studies (JBS), 1(1).
58. Shafiq, M., Zia-ur-Rehman, D. M., & Rashid, M. (2013). “Impact of compensation, training and development and supervisory support on organizational commitment”. Compensation & Benefits Review, 45(5), 278-285.
59. SIWALE, J., HAPOMPWE, C., KUKANO, C. D., & MWIIKISA, F. L. (2021). “Exploring the Effects of Work Life Balance on Employee Performance in the Banking Sector: A Case study of AB Bank in Lusaka-Zambia.” International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications,11(6).113-123.
60. Soomro, A. A., Breitenecker, R. J., & Shah, S. A. M. (2018). “Relation of work-life balance, work-family conflict, and family-work conflict with the employee performance-moderating role of job satisfaction”. South Asian Journal of Business Studies, 7(1), 129-146.
61. SoonYew, J., LaiKuan, K., Zaliha, H., & Kamaruzaman, J. (2008). “The influence of employee benefits towards organizational commitment”. Asian Social Science Journal, 4(8).
62. Suárez-Albanchez, J., Blazquez-Resino, J. J., Gutierrez-Broncano, S., & Jimenez-Estevez, P. (2021). “Occupational health and safety, organisational commitment, and turnover intention in the Spanish IT consultancy sector”. International journal of environmental research and public health, 18(11), 5658.
63. Suthar,N,Trivedi,S.,Sinha,S. (2021). “Effectiveness of employee welfare facilities at private chemicals organization SURAT”. International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts,9(2),3682-3696.
64. Syahreza, D. S., Lumbanraja, P., Dalimunthe, R. F., & Absah, Y. (2017). “Compensation, employee performance, and mediating role of retention: A study of differential semantic scales”, European Research Studies Journal,20(4),151-159.
65. Tan, S. N., Ng, C. H. M., Loo, B. C., Ng, C. N., & Yap, C. L. (2011). “The association between employee welfare and job motivation: a study on Malaysian tertiary education institutions “(Doctoral dissertation, UTAR),1-108.
66. Tarus, B. K. (2016). “Compensation Strategies and Employee Commitment in Kenya: A Quantitative Analysis on Public Sector”. International Journal of Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods, 4(1), 27-33.
67. Tirta, A. H., & Enrika, A. (2020). “Understanding the impact of reward and recognition, work life balance, on employee retention with job satisfaction as mediating variable on millennials in Indonesia”. Journal of Business and Retail Management Research, 14(3), 88-99.
68. Türkmenoğlu, M. A. (2021). “Occupational Health and Safety and Job Satisfaction: The Moderating Effect of Role Ambiguity”. Anemon Muş Alparslan Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, 9(4), 1055-1066.
69. Ulle,R., Patil,K& Varma,A. (2018). “The Impact of Labour Welfare Measures on Employee Satisfaction”,5(8),853-857.
70. Uwimpuhwe, D., Mushabe, D., & Bally, K. S. (2018). “The influence of compensation system on employee attraction and retention”. International Journal of Advanced Academic Research, 4(11), 91-110.
71. Waititu, F., Kihara, P. & Senaji, T. (2017). “Effect of employee welfare programmes on employee performance: A case study of Kenya Railways Corporation”. International Academic Journal of Human Resource and Business Administration, 2(3), 611-631.
72. Yusuf, R. M., Eliyana, A., & Sari, O. N. (2012). “The influence of occupational safety and health on performance with job satisfaction as intervening variables (Study on the production employees in PT”. Mahakarya Rotanindo, Gresik). American Journal of Economics, 6(1), 136-140.
Add your comments about this article
Your username or Email:


XML   Persian Abstract   Print

Download citation:
BibTeX | RIS | EndNote | Medlars | ProCite | Reference Manager | RefWorks
Send citation to:

Rezayeemanesh B, Roodsaz H, Seyednaghavi M, Rahimian M. Meta-analysis of employee welfare Policy attitudinal and behavioral outcome. qjal 2023; 10 (33) :135-162
URL: http://qjal.smtc.ac.ir/article-1-1110-en.html

Rights and permissions
Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Volume 10, Issue 33 (3-2023) Back to browse issues page
فصلنامه علمی پژوهشی حقوق اداری Administrative Law
Persian site map - English site map - Created in 0.04 seconds with 37 queries by YEKTAWEB 4645