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Title: Career development and employees’ motivation in the banking sector of Kenya; a case study of Kenya commercial bank Lodwar branch in Turkana district
Authors: Amujal, Christine Tatoi
Keywords: Career development
Employees
Motivation
Banking sector
Kenya Commercial bank
Turkana district
Issue Date: Sep-2014
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Education, Open and Distance and E-learning
Abstract: The study focused on career development and employees’ motivation in the banking sector of Kenya it considered primary data. it was guided by the following research objectives; the level of career development in the banking sector of Kenya, level of motivation among the trained personnel in the banking sector of Kenya and the effect of career development on motivation in the banking sector of Kenya. the study undertook descriptive correlation research design that largely suits qualitative and quantitative research design. the findings of the study indicated that 94% of the respondents revealed that Kcb recognize skills and accomplishments after career development and 06% believed that it does not recognize skills and accomplishments after career development. Furthermore, the findings have indicated that 28% of the respondents revealed that the level of motivation is very high, 44% revealed that the level of motivation at Kcb is simply high and another 28% revealed that it is average. the findings went on to indicate that 88% of the respondents revealed that promotions should lead to motivation and this is a true case of Kcb bank. however, 12% of the respondents revealed that it is not true that promotions at Kcb bank lead to motivation. the researcher concludes and recommends that the government of the republic of Kenya should embark on developing a huge infrastructure so as to enable Kcb bank extend their operations in all areas of the country. the researcher also recommends that government should support finance institutions like Kcb bank by giving them tax holidays since they employ many people in the country so as to speed up its growth and expansion of its services throughout the world. the government of the republic of Kenya must decisively address the increasing terror threats and also Kcb bank must maximize all the social benefits through massive investments and prudent macroeconomic management so as to continue growing as well as retaining a highly competitive and efficient staff.
Description: A research report submitted to the college of education open and long-distance learning in partial fulfillment for the award of a bachelor’s degree in human resource of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/5620
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