Employee’s Job Burnout, Worker’s Satisfaction and Commitment in Nigerian Banking Industry (A Study of Access Bank Plc)

Abstract

This study evaluated the job burnout on workers’ satisfaction in Nigerian banking industry. The study was carried out using staff of Access Bank Plc in Lagos State which is one of the largest bank in Nigeria. The study made use of primary source of data which was gathered among 50 staff of Access Bank Plc at the Headquarter in Lagos through the use of questionnaires. Furthermore, Chi-square test was used to test the hypothesis and SPSS was used for the analysis of the data. The result of the analysed data shows that physical fatigue affects employees’ commitment. The study however recommended that there should be proper reward system in terms of good pay, benefits and incentives as a means of motivation which reduces job burnout and in turn enhances employees’ satisfaction and invariably employee’s commitment.

Keywords: Burnout, Commitment, Employee, Industry, Organisation


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