THE PHYSICAL WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN KUALA LUMPUR

Publication Date : 01/05/2018


Author(s) :

HO JEN NING, LAI VING KAM.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
,
Issue 2
(05 - 2018)



Abstract :

Suboptimal job performance may have caused current weakening economy. The study looks at physical working environment to examine what core factors have positive impacts on workers’ wellbeing which spur optimal job performances (OJP). Job performance and satisfaction interact and correlate to physical working environment specifically, the study takes optimal job performance architecture as a whole with its core factors Temperature; Ventilation; Noise; Light; Humidity in realizing sustainable productivity.


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