It’s a universal truth that people perform minimum two different roles in life; one within the family and other at work. People performance varies on both platforms. This study discusses performance of these people and concludes that family motivation is the major reason which positively effects people performance at work. This research highlights the implication of the absence of family motivation; which results in poor performance and low selfesteem of a person. Job performance of a person depends on many things, such as self-motivation, workplace environment, coworkers, monetary benefits, nature of job and family motivation. Among above all, there is a perception that family motivation is a precious tonic which increases energy and reduces stress of among employees. In this study, the impact of family motivation on job performance, is summarized, in the absence of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. The data for this study was collected from the employees of a different media firm situated in Lahore. We randomly invited 200 employees to fill the questionnaires. We managed all the data, analyzed it and explored that most employees agreed that family motivation was the key parameter which increases job performance, by boosting the energy levels of a person, in the absence of intrinsic motivation. However, on the other hand, it was also observed that family motivation did not reduce the stress of employees. Hence, it was concluded based on our study that where intrinsic and extrinsic motivation did not exist for employees; there only “family motivation” could be a powerful source for enhancing performance of employee in the organizations.
Tayyaba Rafique, Naeem ur Rehman, Jawad Rahim Afridi. (2019) Job Performance Dependence on Family Motivation for Energizing Efforts and Reducing Stress, The Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, Volume-27, Issue-2.