Research Papers/Topics in Human Resource Management

The Perception of Disabled Workers towards Human Resource Managers. (Case Study of Agrifresh Nairobi- Kenya Limited)

ABSTRACT  This study is meant to be a contribution by part of a wider group of scholars towards determining lhe perception of disabled employees towards human resource managers. It also sought to find out some of the challenges disabled persons face in the workplace and what their recommendations would be. The respondents were disabled persons who are• employed in Agrifresh Kenya limited. Data was collected using structured questionnaires. Fiftteen of the sampled questionnaires were comple...

The Effect of Employee Turnover on the Performance of Employees in Organisations A Case Study of Bidco Uganda Limited in Jinja.

ABSTRACT The study was carried at Bidco Uganda Limited-Jinja. It was intended to examine the effect of employee tumover on the performance in organization, the main objectives of the study were to examine the effects of Employee turnover at Bidco Uganda Ltd, to assess employee performance at Bidco Uganda Ltd and to establish the relationship between employee turnover and performance at Bidco Uganda Ltd. The methods used in the study were quantitative and qualitative in nature. Questionna...

Managing Workforce Diversity and Organization's Performance Case Study of Famy auto Spares Ltd. Kenya

ABSTRACTThis study investigated whether managing diversity of workers in Famy auto spares limited is beneficial to its performance. The definition of managing diversity for thisstudy was defined as the process of creating an effective environment for all employees to work and develop while organization performance was defined as the rate of turnover to retain workers, profits made annually and ability to pay dividends and expand.The study particularly sought to find ways of improvin...

Effects of Remuneration on Employee Performance; A Case of German Technical Corporation Uganda

ABSTRACTThis research was based on the investigation of the effects of remuneration on employee performance in German Technical Corporation Uganda (GTZ).Remuneration is paramount to acquiring competent personnel as well as retaining the present employees, it also aids in securing internal and external equity meaning thepayment of similar wages for similar jobs within the organization or other comparable organizations. The comparisons of pay are uninfluenced by levels of aspirat...

Effects of Training on Employee Performance Case Study: Kitui Ginnery Ltd

ABSTRACT.This research report is the output of the study on the ways in which the assessment of the impact of training could make contribution to organizational growth, in this case, Kitui ginnery Ltd. Training helps to improve performance through appropriate feedback, working and counseling to employees and development needs. It also identifies individuals with high potential that can be groomed up for higher positions. Findings show that Kitui ginnery Ltd. had been ...

Effects Of Domestic Violence On Academic Performance Of A Girl Child: The Case Of Busia Municipality, Eastern Division

TABLE OF CONTENTS)ECLARATION~PPROVAL I)EDICATION~CKNOWLEDGEMENT IVABBREVIATIONS VABSTRACT XCHAPTER ONE 1[NTRODUCTION 11.0 Overview 11.1 Background of the Study 11.2 Statement of the Problem 31.3 Objectives of the Study 31.3.1 General Objective (Purpose of the study) 31.3.2 Specific Objectives of the Study 41.4 Research Questions1.5 Scope of the Study 41.5.1 Content Scope 41.5.2 Geographical Scope 41.5.3 Time Scope1.6 Significance of the Study 51.7 Conceptual framework for the Study 51.8 Defin...

Assessing The Role Of Decentralization On Social Service Delivery In Uganda: A Case Study Of Kawempe Division In Kampala District

TABLE OF CONTENTSContentsDECLARATIONAPPROVALDEDICATIONACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ivTABLE OF CONTENTS vLIST OF ACRONYMS ixABSTRACTCHAPTER ONE 1INTRODUCTION 11.0 Introduction 11.lBack ground of the study 11.1.1 Historical perspective 11.1.2 Theoretical perspective 41.1.3 Conceptual perspective 51.1.4 Contextual perspective 71.2 Statement of the problem 81.3 Purpose of the study 91.4 Research Objectives 91.5 Research questions 91.6 Scope of the study 91.6.1 Geographical scope 91.6.2 Content scope 10V1.6.3...

Civil Society Organizations And Household Poverty Reduction In Birembo Sub County, Kakumiro District~ Uganda

ABSTRACTAn overwhelming body of literature claims that CSOs are an important engine of development.Analysts argue that CSOs not only improve local people’s participation in development processbut also use appropriate al. proaches to development. The motivation for this study was thereforeto examine the roles / contribution made by CSOs in house hold poverty reduction in Uganda,Kakumiro district Birembo sub country. The study objectives were; to examine the causes ofpoverty especially among ...

Women Participation In Conflict Management And Socio-Economic Transformation In Burundi A Case Study Of Ngozi Subcounty

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION.APPROVALDEDICATION iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT ivABSTRACT viiCHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 11.0 Introduction 11.2 Statement of the problem 41.3 Purpose of the study 51.4 Specific objectives 51.5 Research questions 51.6 Scope of the study 51.7 Significance of the study 6CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW 72.0 Introduction 72.1 Conflicts in Burundi 72.1.1 Forms of conflict management 72.2 Women participation in conflict, management 92.3 Women participation in economic transformation...

Recruitment Policies And Employee Productivity In Public Organisations. A Case Of National Environmental Management Authority (Nema) Jinja Road Kampala

ABSTRACTThe study was set to establish the effect of recruitment policies on employee productivity in public organizations with special attention to National EnvironmentalManagement Authority (NEMA) Kampala Uganda. The study background traced the existence of recruitment policies across the globe, Africa and Uganda on employee productivity. It was based on three research objectives which included the effect ofinternal recruitment policies on employee's productivity in organizat...

The Effect Of Organizationalculture On Employee Performance And Growth, A Case Study Of Speke Resort Munyonyo Common Wealth

ABSTRACTThe concept of organizational culture has drawn attention to the long-neglected, subjective or 'soft' side of organizational life. Many aspects of organizational Culturehave not received much attention.it was against this background that research was carried out under the title "The effect of organizational culture on employeeperformance and growth"'a case for Speke Resort Munyonyo. The study was guided by objecti~;es mainly to establish the relationship between organiz...

Effect Of Motivation And Employee Performance A Case Study Of Kampala International University

ABSTRACT The study set out to explore the affiliation connecting motivation and the level of employee performance. The study had three objectives: to examine the motivation practices used in KIU, to examine factors affecting employee performance in KIU, and to establish the relationship between motivation and employee performance. The study used a case study strategy which is Kampala International University and an explanatory research design. To achieve the set objectives the study used stra...

A Study Of Labor Turnover And Building Employee Commitment Case Study: Mengo Senior School Kampala Uganda

ABSTRACT In chapter one, the problem statement has been discussed in details and an introduction to the background of the study. The objectives of the 5tudy and the problem statement are categorically discussed in this chapter. The researcher also shows the purpose of the study which justifies carrying out of the study. The researcher presents a rational justification of the problem statement and how the report was prepared; the problem encountered during the research survey are analyzed and ...

Recruitment Practices And Employee Performance; A Case Of Nice House Of Plastics (Nhp), Kampala-Uganda

ABSTRACTThe study aimed at investigating the relationship between recruitment practices and employee performance in Nice House of Plastics (NHP), Kampala-uganda as the study case. The study employed a case study design to collect data from a sample of 63 respondents working with NHP. Simple random sampling technique was used inselecting the sample and Questionnaire was the main instrument of data collection. Thedata obtained was analyzed using quantitative data analysis techniq...

Impacts Of Training And Retention Of Employees In An Orgal'iisation. (A Case Study Of Ugal'ida Police In Kampala Central Areas)

ABSTRACTThe study was to assess the Impacts of training and retention of employees in an organisation. (a case study of Uganda Police In Kampala Central Areas). The objectives ofthe study are: To determine the types of training in an organization, To understand the relationship of training and retention in an organization, To find out the influence of training on employee retention and To assess the impacts of training on retention. The research wasquantitative study, which was...


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