Employee benefit programs and labour turnover: a case study of National Social Security Fund in Kampala-Uganda

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Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The study examined the employee benefit programs and labour turnover The objectives of the study were to identify the types of employees benefits programs used in organizations, investigate the causes of labour turnover and to establish the relationship between the employee benefit programs and labour turnover. Analytical research methodology was used; Data was collected from secondary sources: namely textbooks, Uganda Constitution, New Employment Act, NSSF Act, Newspapers, Publications, Journals, and Internet. The findings of the study showed that employees benefit programs may he as a result of government legislation, voluntary and miscellaneous benefits It was discovered that employee benefit programs are offered as a supplement to wages and salaries and such benefits programs are aimed to induce employees loyalty and induce happier employee and retain competent employees, and this implied that where there are improper employee benefit programs, labour turnover is inevitable. In conclusion, absence or improper employee benefit programs found to be the major causes of labour turnover. However there are other causes of labour turnover, which were not catered for in this study since the study was only limited to examine the employee benefit programs and labour turnover.
A research report submitted to the College Of Applied Science and Statistics in Partial Fulfillment for the Award of a Bachelor's Degree Human Resource Management of Kampala International University
Employee benefit, labour turnover, Kampala-Uganda