The attitude, zeal, productivity and performance of an employee in a work are directly proportional to the motivation, pay, remuneration or reward that is being received by the worker at the end of a particular job. This is as a result of the problem solving capacity of such reward, pay, remuneration or motivation to be received.
Given the assertions above, this research work is determined to evaluate the impact of remuneration on employee attitude and performance in selected organisations.
A total of one hundred (100) respondents were chosen for this work. They were drawn randomly from the different departments in their organisations including all categories of workers (senior staff and junior staff) cutting across all gender.
The instrument used for the study was a close-ended questionnaire that was designed by the researcher. It comprised of three (3) sections A, B and C. With regard to the scoring of responses, the first and second sections of the questionnaire need no score attached to it, since the information contained are preamble and bio-data of the respondents. The third section “C” were ranged from 5-1 point scale in the following pattern. Strongly agree – 5; Agree – 4; Strongly Disagree – 3; Disagree – 2; Don’t Know – 1.
The analysis of the data presented was extensively done with the statistical testing of the two (2) hypotheses formulated for the study and the result interpreted making use of Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient.
Finally, the summary, conclusion and recommendations as well as limitations of the study were all highlighted in the last chapter of this research piece.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.2 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
1.3 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLE
1.4 RESEARCH QUESTIONS
1.5 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.6 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
1.7 STATEMENT OF THE HYPOTHESIS
1.8 JUSTIFICATION OF THE STUDY
1.9 SCOPE OF THE STUDY
1.10 DEFINITION OF TERMS
2.2 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
2.3 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
2.4 LITERATURE ON THE SUBJECT MATTER
3.0 AREA OF STUDY
3.1 SOURCES OF DATA
3.2 SAMPLING TECHNIQUES
3.3 METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
3.4 METHODS OF DATA ANALYSIS
3.5 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
DATA ANALYSIS, FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION
4.1 DATA ANALYSIS, FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION
4.2 FINDINGS OF THE STUDY
4.3 DISCUSSIONS OF FINDINGS
CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 SUMMARY OF FINDING
5.4 PROPOSAL FOR FURTHER STUDIES
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