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IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON WORKER PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC SERVICE IN ENUGU STATE

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IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON WORKER PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC SERVICE IN ENUGU STATE

(A CASE STUDY OF MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, ENUGU)

ABSTRACT

This project/research work deals with Impact of Job satisfaction on Workers Performance In Public Service in Nigeria.  A case Study of Ministry of Education, Enugu.

We have probably all wondered at some time about the problems and poor performance among workers in public service in the County, Nigeria.  Some times there is continuous striking of workers to pass across their feeling to the government which has never brought solutions to such problems.  Specifically, the research intends to point out the important asset to any establishment – which is the people working for it.  To ensure that the workers are productive, there is need for job satisfaction into the works.  If an employee is satisfy with his or her job, this may increase productivity and with increase in productivity, the establishment or agency would be able to meet up with its goal/objectives.  This research is an insight into some managerial principles to guide an establishment or agency for effective operation using Ministry of Education, Enugu.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page

Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table of content

CHAPTER   ONE:                          INTRODUCTION

1.1     General background of the subject Matter

1.2     Problems that is associated with the Study

1.3     Problems that research is concerned with

1.4     The Importance of Studying the area

1.5     Definition of Important Terms

1.6            Reference

CHAPTER  TWO:                          LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1     The Origin of the Subject Area

2.2     The School of Thought with the subject area

2.3     The School of Thought Relevant to the problem in Research

2.4     Different Method of Studying the Problem

2.5     Summary

2.6     Reference

CHAPTER   THREE:           CONCLUSION

3.1     Data Presentation (Highlight of the Study)

3.2     Analysis of the date

3.3     Recommendation

3.4     Conclusion

3.5     Reference

CHAPTER  ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1     BACKGROUND AND NEED OF THE STUDY

According to Shilt (1990: 120)  “the most important asset to an establishment is not the amount of money it has in hand, building or other equipment, rather an establishment most prized assets are the people working for it”

Ministry of Education, Enugu is set out to promote education, provide enabling environment for learning, reduce illiteracy, etc. in Enugu State.  To achieve these objectives the Ministry employed a good number of workforce.  To ensure that the workers are productive, the Ministry ensures that the workers have job satisfaction.  (Nnaukwu, 1999: 16).

Indeed employees are what makes an establishment successful or unsuccessful, for this reason, government agency like Ministry of Education, Enugu would find it worth while to devote a great deal of attention and resources in ensuring job satisfaction among its  employee.  Utazi (1985: 40).

According to Enemadu, (1980: 16) in trying to improve the quality of Education in the State some key areas are given adequate attention when trying to encourage employees’ job satisfaction.  He maintained, if employee was satisfied with his or her job this may increase productivity and with increase in productivity, the agency (Ministry of Education, Enugu) would be able to meet its set objectives.

On the other hand, productivity would be affected by how much as employee is satisfied with his or her job because job satisfaction then becomes an important single factor that affects productivity, Udom (1985:28).

1.2     STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

One of the problems affecting job satisfaction is the will to work.  According to Stoney (1978: 55 – 56), a proper “people management” stimulates more and better work.  He further said that managers must know why employee act as they do and what social psychological factor motivate them.

IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON WORKER PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC SERVICE IN ENUGU STATE

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Type Project
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Project ID ACC1214
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
Chapters 5 Chapters
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    Type Project
    Department Accounting
    Project ID ACC1214
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    Chapters 5 Chapters
    No of Pages 65 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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