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Title: Compensation scheme and enhancing employees' performance: case study Tanga Regions Commission Office and Districts Commission Office in Tanzania
Authors: Conrad, G. Ley
Keywords: Compensation scheme
Employee performance
Tanga Regions Commission Office
Districts Commission Office
Issue Date: Sep-2010
Publisher: Kampala International University; College of Economics and management
Abstract: This study examined an assessment of compensation scheme to employees and its impacts to their performance in Tanga Regions Commission Office and Tanga District Commission Office. The objective of this study was to ascertain the components of compensation scheme to employees, investigate the impact of poor compensation scheme to employees and to examine the efforts made by the government in improving the compensation scheme for employees. The research instruments used to collect data were questionnaires, interviews and documentation sources such as annual public sector executive compensation disclosure report 2008 from which relevant information was gathered. Data collected were analyzed using qualitative methods where simple statistics like percentage and tabulation were used. Report shows that many employees understood the concept of compensation scheme and few of the do not understand the concept at all, lastly report shows that there are efforts made by the government to improve the compensation scheme for employees such as pay salaries and arrears in time, access employees to bank loans and improve employees working environment, but those efforts are not to a great extent to satisfy employees.
Description: A research dissertation submitted to the School of Business and Management in partial fulfillment for the Award of a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business Administration of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelor’s Degree of International Business

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