Pacific B usiness R eview I nternational

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management Indexed With THOMSON REUTERS(ESCI)
ISSN: 0974-438X
Imapct factor (SJIF): 6.56
RNI No.:RAJENG/2016/70346
Postal Reg. No.: RJ/UD/29-136/2017-2019
Editorial Board

Prof. Mahima Birla
(Editor in Chief)

Dr. Khushbu Agarwal
(Editor)

Ms. Asha Galundia
(Circulation Manager)

Editorial Team

Mr. Ramesh Modi

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management
August 2019



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Name : What Factors can Develop Secure Work Environment and Employee’s Productivity in Private Banks of Pakistan
Author : Saifullah Hakro , Arif Jameel, Abid Hussain, Muhammad Asif
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In Pakistan private banks working known as stress and unhealthy organization. This study has examined the factors in developing a healthy work environment and employee’s productivity. The study was a cross-sectional descriptive design. The total of 201 respondents was covered from 20 different banks. The result showed positive significant between environment factors and employee’s productivity, Supervisor support and employee’s productivity (r=0.936, p<0.01), physical component and employee’s productivity (r=0.918, p<0.01), training development plan and employee’s productivity (r=0.909, p<0.01), one-hour lunch break and employee’s productivity (r=.0942, p<0.01), and performance feedback and employee’s productivity (r=0.914, p<0.01) Table 2.Therefore, the study suggested a comfortable work-related environment and employee’s productivity can be increased if the above factors are practiced in the workplace
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Name : A Systematic Review of Literature on Household Consumers’ Intentions of Buying Energy-saving Home Appliances
Author : Habib Ullah, Sana Yasin, Maria Sadaf, Tanazza Sabahat
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Growing economies, better living standards and technological advancements are all fueling the energy demand. Rampant energy consumption is driving the big wheel of environmental deterioration. To counter the ascending carbon footprints and achieve the sustainability, household sector can make valuable contribution by using environment friendly, energy-saving home appliances. Motive behind this study is to interrogate the existing literature on household consumers’ purchase intentions towards energy-saving appliances, to highlight emerging issues and map out landscape for future researchers. A three stage approach of systematic review was employed by scoping the subject area, executing the research plan and reporting the results. After careful scrutiny of publications from the recent decade, selected studies were analyzed and summarized. The results show that the extant literature covers limited behavioral antecedents and geographical limitations. This study contributes to the body of knowledge by finding gaps in research methodology, highlighting theoretical and geographical limitations and providing suggestions for future research.
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Name : Effect of Adequate and Fair Compensation on Quality of Work Life
Author : Manish Dhingra, Vaishali Dhingra
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The aim of this research paper is to explore the relationship between the ten items suggested by Walton (1975) to determine adequate and fair compensation and to find out the most significant item influencing adequate and fair compensation. The participants consisted of 215 artisans employed in art metal-ware handicraft sector of India. The data was gathered through questionnaires. Likert’s five-point scale was used to measure the items. The study found the most significant item of adequate and fair compensation, thereby facilitating the handicraft employers to focus more on this aspect for humanizing the quality of work life of the artisans working in handicraft industry. The mean of the item ‘prompt payment of salary and overtime wages’ is the highest, thus indicating that that majority respondents agree that they receive their remuneration timely. The results indicate that 1) Cronbach Alpha establishes that there is high internal consistency among the ten items used to measure fair and adequate compensation; the Average variance extracted (AVE) and Composite reliability (CR) of the ten items prove that convergent validity exists in the construct; since AVE is higher than MSV (Maximum shared variance), discriminant validity also exists. The results of Standardized Regression Weights indicate that salary in comparison with other organizations is the most influencing item of fair and adequate compensation.
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Name : Impact on Financial Decision Making due to Investor’s Attitude
Author : Neha Yadav, Dr. T.V. Raman
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Investment is the commitment of funds in present for a profitable return in future. An individual could become a potential investor when left with ample amount of funds after current consumption. The main purpose of this research is to determine the impact of the variables on the attitude of the investors towards financial investments. The variables included in the study are investor awareness, advertisement, income of the investor and occupation. The reliability analysis and factor analysis were carried on all the variables. Regression analysis was done to determine the impact of the variables on the attitude of the investors towards financial investments.. The findings of the project could help financial institutions to better understand the investor’s perception. Financial institutions could focus on improving advertisements and creating awareness amongst the people to encourage them to invest their money
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Name : Exploring the Relationship between Socially Responsible Human Resource Management and Turnover Intention: A Case of Pakistan Banking Sector
Author : Mr. Kamran Iqbal, Dr. Sarwar Zahid, Dr. Muhammad Arif
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This study has examined the relationship between socially responsible human resource management (SRHRM), organizational identification, organizational trust, and turnover intention, specifically explore the multiple mechanisms of organizational identification and organizational trust between SRHRM and turnover intention. It has utilized social identity theory and social exchange theory to investigate the role of organizational identification and organizational. A survey of 424 employees from the banking sector of Pakistan was analyzed using the SPSS macro PROCESS. Our results suggest that both organizational identification and organizational trust mediate the link between SRHRM and turnover intention. However, the trust mechanism is considerably stronger than the mechanism of organizational identification. The findings of this study maybe beneficial for the HR managers of banking organizations and experiencing challenges related to turnover of their skilled and valuable employees.
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Name : Perceived Employee Performance and Employee Competencies, as an antecedents of Performance Management System: An Empirical Analysis with Reference to M-Commerce Companies
Author : Mruthyanjaya Rao Mangipudi, KDV Prasad, Rajesh Vaidya
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This empirical study reports the results of our survey research on how the Performance Management System of an organization will be affected by factors responsible improved employee performance, impact of performance management system on employee performance and factors that contribute and responsible for employee personal, knowledge level, job related and communication interpersonal competencies. A survey on 924 employees, consisting 545 men and 379 women employees working in them Commerce or IT Enabled Service companies operating around Hyderabad was carried out.
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Name : The Mediating Role of Supply Chain Agility in the Relationship between Absorptive Capacity and Financial Performance
Author : Dr. Saqib Muneer
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The main objective of the current study is to investigate the direct impact of the absorptive capacity and supply chain agility on the performance of manufacturing firms in Malaysia. In addition to that the mediating role of supply chain agility in the relationship between absorptive capacity and sound production. The study has used the survey-based methodology and response rate is turned out to be 53 percent. The current research used large sample size, i.e. 231 firms, which is sufficient to perform statistical analysis and to obtain ultimate outcomes, but larger sample sizes can also be employed in future researches to confirm the mediating effect revealed in this study
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Name : An Analytical Study of Awareness and Challenges towards Tax System in Developing countries- with special reference to Debre Markos Town, Ethiopia
Author : Dr. Shuchi Gupta, Dr. Abhishek Tripathi
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Every government requires funds for the performance of its various functions. The main sources of financing government expenditure are taxations. Especially developing countries like Ethiopia are used to raise revenue collection from tax for their economic development. One of the major aim of the tax system in Ethiopia is to maximize domestic revenue by collecting sufficient taxes. To achieve this, the Ethiopian government creates different tax reform programs and the reform improved the application of business income tax with more simplified standard assessment methods of presumptive taxes. This study is an attempt to identify the efforts done by govt. for collecting the tax with the help of Statistical tool- Multiple regression analysis which reveals that tax assessment affects the tax collection performance. Thus, it can be concluded that the tax law enforcement has its own contribution to tax collection performance and the revenue authority of the town should consider as of the other predictors.
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Name : The Influence of Demographic Features on Consumer Decision Making in QSR: An Indian Consumer Perspective
Author : Dr. Manoj Sharma, Prof. Rajesh Shankar Sharma, Prof. Nidhi Kaushal
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India is a diverse country in terms of language, food, taste etc. Talking about the food, Indian mother has given utmost importance to the home cooked food that includes cereal, wheat and rice. In this dynamic food industry, the presence of various fast food outlets in organized and unorganized retail market has changed the taste and preference towards selection of food. The presence of quick service restaurants like Mc. Donald, KFC, Pizza Hut, Dominos etc has reshaped the conventional food taste. This study measures the impact of demographic features on consumers’ decision in selecting Quick service restaurant and fast food.
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