A study on the low quality work in the organization: a case of "pride" Africa – promotion of rural initiative and development enterprises (Pride) Kabalagala branch.

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Kampala international international: College of Economics and Management
The study was concerned with the causes of low quality work in the organization. A case study "PRIDE" AFRICA KABALAGALA BRANCH was conducted in the year 2004. The researcher used the following categories for subjects to obtain the necessary data: (i) The employees (ii) The personnel manager The researcher had the following objectives: (i) To find out whether lack of employees training and development can lead to low quality work. (ii) To find out whether pay structure as the way of motivation can lead to low quality work. (iii) To find out whether nonfunctional trade unions or absence of trade unions can lead to low quality work. (iv) To find out whether job description that is no covering employees can lead to low quality work. In order to fulfill this objectives, questionnaires and interviews were administered to the workers of "PRIDE" AFRICA as well as the personnel manager of "PRIDE" AFRICA Kabalagala Branch to elicit information on the causes of low quality work, even the researcher used the percentages to analyze the data collected. Recommendation on how to overcome the cause of low quality work in "PRIDE AFRICA were made. These recommendations may also apply to other organizations facing the same problem most especially the different branches of "PRIDE AFRICA i.e. Nakawa Branch, Mbale Branch, Jinja Branch.
A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the a ward of the degree of bachelors of business administration of Kampala international university
Business administration, Low quality work, Organization, Pride Kabalagala branch