Financial Rewards And Employee Performance In Health Services, Uganda.

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ABSTRACT

This study established the relationship between financial rewards and employee

performance in the health services sector. It was guided by four specific objectives that

were set to determine the respondents profile in terms of gender, age, level of

education, position and experience, the level of financial rewards and the level of

employees' performance in the health services sector and to establish if there is a

significant relationship between financial rewards and employees' performance in the

health services sector of Uganda. Data analysis that was done using descriptive

statistics found out that majority of the respondents were female, and they were youth

in the age brackets of 24- 29 years of age, certificate holders dominated the study and

most of the respondents were nurse (health personnel) with experience falling the

brackets of 2 - 4 years. The analysis went ahead to reveal that the level of both

financial rewards and employee performance in the health services sector of Uganda

stood at moderate level. Pearson's Linear Correlation Coefficient found that financial

rewards are positively correlated with employee performance. Regression analysis

results also indicated that financial reward is responsible for over 53% towards variation

towards employee performance. Basing on the above findings, the researcher made the

following recommendations; the government should make the reward system very

transparent and known to all the relevant stakeholder; experience should be considered

in regard to when rewarding employee and this will serve as the major motivator to

experienced staff; employers before recruitment and selection process must be certain

with salaries and other payments/ benefits including accommodation and means of

transport of their employees; to get the best employees, employers should come up

with fair and attractive pay scale to avoid inequalities in the scale so as to entice

candidates to join their companies and institutions and subsequently improve employee

performance; employees need to be more creative and innovative because that is when they will command high salaries both financial and non financial because they will be identified in the public as exceptional employees with ability work related solve problems.

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APA

SAIDA, N (2021). Financial Rewards And Employee Performance In Health Services, Uganda.. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/financial-rewards-and-employee-performance-in-health-services-uganda-1

MLA 8th

SAIDA, NABUKENYA "Financial Rewards And Employee Performance In Health Services, Uganda." Afribary. Afribary, 12 Jun. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/financial-rewards-and-employee-performance-in-health-services-uganda-1. Accessed 01 Aug. 2021.

MLA7

SAIDA, NABUKENYA . "Financial Rewards And Employee Performance In Health Services, Uganda.". Afribary, Afribary, 12 Jun. 2021. Web. 01 Aug. 2021. < https://afribary.com/works/financial-rewards-and-employee-performance-in-health-services-uganda-1 >.

Chicago

SAIDA, NABUKENYA . "Financial Rewards And Employee Performance In Health Services, Uganda." Afribary (2021). Accessed August 01, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/financial-rewards-and-employee-performance-in-health-services-uganda-1