THE IMPACT OF REMUNERATIONS AND WORKING CONDITIONS ON ORGANIZATIONS PRODUCTIVITY
(A CASE STUDY OF LIFE BREWERY ONITSHA)
The impact of Remuneration and working conditions on organization’s productivity. The study is aimed at appraising the conditions of work as well as compensations to workers.
For the above purpose to be achieved, research has been carried out. Hypothesis were tested, data were sourced both primary and secondarily.
It was found out from the findings that, both good working conditions and bad working conditions have effects on the performance of workers.
From the foregoing, it was discovered that good working conditions, coupled with equitable compensation motivate the workers of the life brewery Onitsha effectively and efficiently, increasing productivity (performance). In same vein, the researcher found out, that, bad working conditions and effect on the performance of workers.
Based on the findings the researcher has concluded and suggested that the management of the life brewery should encourage the workers by creating a good working conditions/atmosphere for them.
Moreso, an equitable working condition should be given to the workers as a for the effort they expend in performing their tasks.
Finally, the researcher suggested that the life brewery Ltd Onitsha should embark on job evaluation and performance appraisal exercises to be able to ascertain the worth of jobs and capabilities of staff.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of the study
1.3 Objective of the study
1.4 Research questions
1.5 Hypothesis formulation
1.6 Significance of the study
1.7 Scope of the study
1.8 Limitation of the study
1.9 Definition of terms
2.1 Quote author that are relevant to the write up
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
3.0 Introduction to the study
3.1 Research design
3.2 Area of the study
3.3 Population of the study
3.4 Sample and size determination
3.5 Instrument of data collection
3.6 Validation of the instrument
3.7 Reliability of data instrument
3.8 Method of data collection
3.9 Method of data analysis
DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
4.1 Presentation and analysis of data
4.2 Testing of hypothesis
4.3 Summary and results
DISCUSSION, RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION
5.1 Discussion of result findings
5.4 Suggestion for further research
Remuneration is an important instrument that can insert into the workers, the strong effect to bring out their best in order to attain organizational objective. Remuneration is concerned with the wage and salary administration for various jobs within particular organizations in other words remuneration is a form of compensation given to workers in exchange for work they performed. Compensation is grouped into direct and indirect.
Direct compensation is the financial payment made at the time work is performed examples of direct compensation are wages, salaries, overtime pay, commission and bonuses. Wages are usually distinguished from salaries and refer to direct compensation received by a worker paid according to hourly rates.
A worker paid on monthly, semi-monthly or weekly basics received a salary. Workers receiving a salary receive their pay according to the specific number of hours they work. Besides, wages and salaries, workers are also compensated for their efforts by certain benefits such benefits are paid during vacation days and holidays. Health care, insurance and pensions are forms of indirect compensation. Before remuneration can make an employee to work very well, it must have to be interns of the effort the job needs in other words a motivating remuneration is the one that is equitable to workers contribution towards the achievement of the organization’s objectives.
Therefore, a fair remuneration programme is one that responsive to this managerial and economic objective and ensures acquisition and maintenance of a regular adequate supply of labour for the worker not to feel cheated for a remuneration scheme to satisfy or favour the workers, it must embrace the following:-
1. Periodic review of organization’s wages/salary structure to be in tune with the changing nature of the environment.
2. control of differential rates of pay and evaluation of individual and group performance for equitable compensation, through such schemes as incentive payments, merits rating group bonus, overtime payment e.t.c.
just as better working conditions and equitable remunerations make workers to be effective and efficient in the same manner, poor working conditions and inequitable remunerations make workers to be ineffective and inefficient as a result of the uncared attitudes they might put up.
1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY
The term “working condition” is very wide. It is wide in the sense that it involves diverse aspects of administration and management, such aspects as office environment, office communication, and motivation e.t.c.
Office environment as factor of working condition affect the performance of workers. Workers today are more educated than before they are likely to raise questions about their environment of work, since, management is in itself a dynamic process, it has to support and address itself to the provision of good environment of work for workers for increased productivity.
Some of the internal conditions suitable for office environment include:-
1. Cleanliness:- For good health of workers and extension of life and conditions of equipment.
2. Avoidance of other crowding:- This permits free movement of both workers and materials as well as enhances effective operational processes.
3. Temperature:- Workers and certain machines are successful in cool or air-conditioner offices than in hot and noisy areas.
4. Ventilation:- Good ventilation is relevant and necessary for effective office work adequate number of windows that can allow enough into the office is preferred.
5. Sanitary convenience:- Workers at work need toilets, wash hand basins, water towel, soap etc. for their convenience.
6. Light:- The offices should be adequately light to assist workers especially during clouding periods and peak periods when they have to stay far into the evening.
7. Office premises:- Consideration should be given to banks, post offices restaurants, markets, customers etc.
All the above conditions it well provided for the workers, definitely their performance will be improved by a certain percentage.
Besides the condition of offices the organization should also be responsible in provision of the residential apartment of workers and unhealthy and poor residence can make workers to be unhealthy likewise a worker can only be able to put up his or her best when he or she is healthy. Therefore, the management should care for their workers residential environment also.
Communication is also an important tool that is needed by workers for the effective and efficient performance of their job in an organization. It is an inevitable tool when discussing the conditions of work, because it is the foundation upon which organization and administration must be build.
Motivation is another tool in working conditions of workers motivation affect workers performance a great deal that is why some workers perform better than others in an organization as a result individuals are motivated by different factors. Based on that, managements should have at their finger tips that they have diverse and unpredictable groups of workers to motivate. This diversify may result in different behavioural patterns which in most cases relate to needs and goals. Some of the factors are training and development, salaries and wages, benefits, welfare services, understanding between workers and management staff.
Workers will prefer to work in an organization where the above motivating factors are well appropriated. If the factors included in the working conditions of workers will work in happiness and good faith, a happy worker is a productive worker. Therefore, there is no doubt that a motivated workers performance will be improved.
Just as a motivated worker is expected to perform his work properly, if the need or condition of a workers is left unsatisfied, the highly deficient need or condition can lead to frustration, conflict and stress. Social ills associated with frustration, conflict and stress include:-
1. Defensive behaviour:- This type of behaviour can occur when one tries to protect one’s image absenteeism or withdrawal is part of defensive behaviour.
2. Aggression:- This is a reaction to unsatisfied condition in work environment. This type of action is directed towards an organization by a worker in an improper working condition.
3. Rationalisation:- This a situation where by a worker explain failure in manner that is acceptable to others because his/her working condition is poor.
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
As far as the life brewery is concerned, the following problems below are the resultant of the poor performance.
1. The poor remuneration:- The package of the worker of life brewery is very poor, compare to the nature and risks they ar exposed to in cause of performing their tasks or duties.
2. Better fringe benefits are not assigned to them, certain bonuses and welfare services that are supposes to be provided for the workers are not called for.
3. Poor working condition etc all the above mentioned problems are resulted to workers poor performance in the life brewery.
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
Objectives is to critically examined the list of available conditions of workers and better pay packages, their practicability and execution, as well as their importance towards improving the performance of the workers. Hence, the basic aims of the study includes:-
1. To identify the effects of working conditions and compensation on workers performance.
2. To examine the mode of compensations currently applied in life breweries and how effective they are in motivation of workers.
3. To determine what an organization should bear in mind when designing remunerations for workers.
4. To identify the strategies that is available to the life brewery in order to obtain the greatest capacity of workers.
1.3 RESEARCH QUESTIONS
For the researcher to locate better and genuine answers to the research problems, the following research questions have been put forward thus:
1. What are the effects of working condition and compensation on workers performance?
2. What are the methods of compensation applied in life Brewery Company?
3. Does life brewery carry out performance appraisal?
4. What strategies will life Brewery Company apply in order to increase productivity of workers?
Although these questions might be answered during formulation of hypothesis, the exact responses might yet be unrevealed unless the research is carried out.
1.4 FORMULATION OF HYPOTHESIS
Hypothesis is an intelligent or educated answer of guess to the problem of the researcher under investigation so as to have a base for a companies and a guide towards achieving the best result about the researcher problem, the researcher formulated the hypothesis below:-
Ho: A satisfactory working condition does not motivate the life brewery workers.
Hi: A satisfactory working condition motivates the life brewery workers.
Ho: An equitable compensation scheme do not lead to high performance or
low performance of workers.
Hi: An equitable compensation scheme lead to high performance or low performance of workers.
Ho: The life brewery do not carryout performance appraisal exercise.
Hi: The life brewery carryout performance appraisal exercise.
1.5 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The importance of this study is numerous. They include:-
1.7 SCOPE OF THE STUDY
The scope of this research is limited to life brewery Onitsha Division within the station, however, all categories of staff were studied as questionnaires were distributed ranging from senior staff to junior staff.
1.9 DEFINITION OF TERMS
Employees/workers:- These are members of staff of a particular organization.
Environment:- It is the place where the organization is situated or where the staff reside.
Remuneration:- This is the wage and salary administration for various jobs with a particular organization.
Organization: Meant in the study as the lift brewery.
Salary:- A compensation received by a worker on monthly,
semi-monthly, or weekly basis for performing a task.
Compensation:- A remuneration given to workers in exchange for work they provided to their employees.
Management:- The staff at the top of the organization of a firm that control and direct the operational.
Motivation: It is energizing force that induces or compels and maintains behaviour of workers.
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