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Title: Payment and condition of service as determinants on ‘life performance of teachers in the Universal Primary Education: a case study of Bulamagi Subcounty In Iganga District
Authors: Samanya, Bulhan
Keywords: Payment and condition of service
Life performance of teachers
Universal Primary Education
Bulamagi Subcounty
Iganga District
Issue Date: Nov-2008
Publisher: Kampala International University,school of Postgraduate studies and research
Abstract: The topic was about payment and condition of service as determinant on the performance among Universal Primary Education a case study ofBulamagi Sub County The objectives of the study include finding out when payments are effected, the performance ofteachers and the relationship between payment and performance The methodology was the survey design, the research was a descriptive research where both qualitative and quantitative techniques of data collections were used. The population of teachers is 383 and the head teacher are 23 but the 44 was used representing all whole population The instruments used included Questionnaires, Interviews and Focus Group Discussion to obtain data from the respondents. The study concluded that salary comes late, but still teachers worker because they are coerced by the district officials and the performance is relatively high The recommendations of the study say that that the government should practice routine performance appraisal in terms of quarterly, semi annually and annual performance appraisal, use all other measures to improve performance including motivation in terms of promotion, increased salaries and wages and improves working conditions on top of paying with in the month
Description: A research report submitted to ‘life school of post graduate studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Masters of Arts In Human Resource Management of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/4011
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