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Title: The Effects of Remuneration Levels on Corruption a Case Study of Nairobi City Council
Authors: Muinde, Moses Katua
Keywords: Remuneration Levels
Nairobi City Council
Issue Date: Nov-2009
Publisher: Kampala International University; College of Humanities and Social Science
Abstract: Corruption in Nairobi city council has been in recent years escalating to unacceptable levels. All the way from the bottom of the grid to the top the city council is suffering from serious corrupt actions that have left the council lacking in the delivery of services. Poor remunerations among council workers have been seen as one of the major causes of corruption. This study is aimed at investigating how low income among council workers affects corruption levels. Remunerations of council worker has been poor in the past couple of years and it has remained low this study investigates the effect of the low salaries of workers of Nairobi city Council on corruption levels. For the council to achieve its full working potential, its workers should be able to perform at their level best and for this to happen they are supposed to be at ease when delivering their duties. This dissertation is meant to look deep into the council to ascertain whether indeed they are at comfortably paid and if it is enough. Some scholars have indicated that the level of performance of workers in an organization is related to levels of their remuneration. This study is aimed at finding out the effect of low salary payment to the Nairobi City Council workers on their performance and ethical standards in regard to corruption and non- corruption tendencies.
Description: A Research Thesis Submitted To The School Of Postgraduate Studies In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Award Of A Master Of Arts In Public Policy And Management Of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Master of Arts in Public Policy Planning and Management

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