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Title: Effect of Salary Schemes on Employees' Productivity • A case study of Sony Sugar Company,Kenya.
Authors: Ahmed, Ali Nur
Keywords: Salary Schemes
Effect
Employees' Productivity
Kenya
Issue Date: Apr-2012
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management Sciences .
Abstract: The topic of studying this research was the effect of welfare schemes on employees' productivity In Sony Sugar Company in Kenya. This was born out of the fact that welfare scheme is meant to improve employees productivity thus organization productivity. However this is often on contention as many employees seems to be the objectives in this study included to establish the effect of salary schemes on the performance and motivational level of the employees in the company , to identify the indicators of good employees productivity, to establish how career development opportunities act as intrinsic salary schemes to employees. A review of literature was done, this was based on the variable identified which included the review based on previous studies carried out in the area of the finding where majority of the respondents felt that competition affected the growth of salary schemes of the Sony Sugar company as well as majority of welfare schemes of employees' production for organization dealing with business in Kenya. , Employee sees themselves as performers where efficiency and effectiveness is concerned and they are mostly affected by welfare scheme practiced in the company.
Description: A research project submitted to the School of Business and Management in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of Bachelors Degree in Business Administration of Kampala International University Kampala-Uganda.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/13868
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

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