Motivation and employee performance in stanbic bank, kagadi (uganda):

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management.
The study examined the role of motivation and employee performance in Satanic Bank, Kagadi (Uganda). The objectives were to find out how motivation increases performance of employees in this bank. In the process of collecting data, a census was carried out to systematically acquire and record information about the members of Satanic Bank, Kagadi. The following data collection methods were used which entails interviews guide that was designed to ask selected questions and these were structured questions. In process, questionnaires were also administered in the process of collecting data from respondents. Other methods were also considered such as documentary analysis and observation to satisfy the objectives of this research. This research was carried out in Satanic Bank, Kagadi as a study area with a population of 55 employees. These were used as respondents to collect data as it regarded to how employees can be motivated in this bank. The finding obtained by the researcher on this topic were that employees rated compensation, recognition and working environment as the most motivators to increase employee-employer relationship. Increase in wages, performance based and participatory decision making were the other ways of how employees could be motivated. The researcher recommended career development programs, performance appraisal, good wages and proper assignment of tasks to motivate and have increased performance in the bank.
a dissertation submitted to the college of economics and management in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of bachelor’s degree of science in statistics at Kampala international university.
stanbic bank, Motivation, employee performance