Human resource policies and productivity in sarova group of hotels; sarova Stanley

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management
The study set out to assess human resource policies and performance at Sarova Stanley. It was guided by a number of objectives which were to determine the how recruitment policy affect the organization productivity, how safety and health policy affect organization productivity, how promotion policy affect organization productivity at sarova Stanley hotel. The study was carried out using a self administered questionnaire and the results were analyzed and presented in tables, pie charts and graphs. The study concluded that human resource policies were not effectively practiced in sarova Stanley which lead to poor production of the organization. There are still a number of challenges that need to be addressed at all levels of the organization and the ability to create rapp01i among the employees so as to create conducive work environment that motivates employees in their work. It is also important to enhance Communication skills acquired and applied during work management. The researcher found out that there is a relationship between productivity and human resource policies. Employees are not only motivated by salary increment but most of them consider the working condition. The researcher recommends that the organization should create a safe and healthy condition for the employees, to consider equal employment opportunities when recruiting, and to promote their employee on merit and their experience
A research dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Business Management in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of Degree in Human Resource Management of Kampala International University
Human resource, policies and productivity, sarova group of hotels