In all organisation, productivity is beckoned on the design of its incentive variables to balance various management levels. There are several incentive variable that could motivate people to work to their optional level and when these variables are not there, their productivity will greatly affected. This may come in the form of a will packed remuneration. Still others may not necessarily be motivated with a well packaged incentive scheme. The group believe that money is not every thing. First Bank of Nigeria Plc is not an exceptional.
In generating data needed to achieve the objectives of the study, descriptive survey research design was adopted. Questionnaire was not as the major instrument for primary data collection. To broaden the researcher’s depth of knowledge in the study area the research embarked upon review of related literatures with data drawn from secondary sources. Data generated in the study was present on frequency tables and analysed using simple percentage while the hypothesis were tested with two test.
It was realized at the end of the research work that most organization cannot get the best out of their organisation goals and objectives because of absent of monetary incentives, workers are not allowed to join in deciding affairs that concern them etc. arising from the findings, the study recommended monetary incentive apart from other types of incentives used by the organizations, effective administration of incentive schemes, and participatory management.
Finally, the study concluded that monetary incentives make the workers were satisfied with the treatment give to them, the organization will achieve its goals, targets and objective in here short time.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of content
1.1General background to the study
1.2Statement of the problem
1.3Purpose of the study
1.4Scope of the study
1.6Significance of the study
1.7Limitations of the study
1.8Definition of terms
LITERATURE RE VIEW
2.0Incentive and productivity
2.1Directly related productivity
2.2Concept of inceptive system
2.3Types of incentive scheme
2.4Nigerian telecommunication limited
2.5Summary of review of related literature
3.1Area of the study
3.2Population of the study
3.3Sample and sampling process
3.4Instrument for data collection
3.5Validation of the instrument
3.6Reliability of the instrument
3.7Method of data collection
3.8Method of data analysis
DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
4.0Data presentation and analysis
4.1Presentation and analysis of data
4.2Testing of hypothesis
4.3Summary of the results.
DISCUSSIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSIONS.
5.0Discussion, re commendation and conclusions
5.1Discussion of results / findings
5.3Implications of research findings
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