Citation: Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Research in Management & Technovation, Shivani Agarwal, Darrell Norman Burrell, Vijender Kumar Solanki (eds). ACSIS, Vol. 24, pages 151–155 (2020)
Abstract. The objective of this research paper is to comprehend the aspects of High-Performance Work-Practices pertinent to Government Undertaking public sector banks vis-à-vis their counterpart of private sector banks. The sample consists of 800 people, out of which 400 were public sector bank and 400 were from private sector banks. High-Performance Work Practices was measured through a four-dimensioned scale developed by Delery and Doty (1996). Significant differences regarding High-Performance Work Practices after data collection were tested using t-test. The findings reported noteworthy variance in the demonstration of many of the influencing factors of High-Performance Work Practices between the studied groups. The insights gained through this paper can be utilized to improve the level of High-Performance Outcome Work-Practices among the Government owned-public sector bank and privately owned-private sector banks. This study represents the data and delivers insights of the dimensions of High-Performance Outcome Work-Practices of the workforce.
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