This study seeks to evaluate the difference in wages and salaries structure in the Nigeria economy (AS CASE STUDY OF UNTH HEALTH SECTOR)
UNIT health sector every day the problem of a functional wage and salary burdens the government the employers and the employers in both the public and salary questions are the most important of all items in any economy. not only do they come to most frequently they also take more number of disputes this leads to a conflict of interest because while wages are cost to the employer they are income to the workers (employed)
THE IMPORTANT OF STUDYING THE AREA
This research study into the difference in wage and salary structure in the Nigeria economy. a case study of UNTH (Health sector) has one of its important as that providing valuable knowledge to workers in general and UNTH staff in particular the volume of economic activities as well as the standard of living for the Nigeria working class citizen.
Other benefits that will be derived from this project work are:
The eliminate inequities within UNTH Wage structure and also to facilitate Nigerian an equitable (about cost structure which invariable will help to facilitate Nigeria economic development.
Finally it is our opinion that if the above observations and recommendation are given adequate consideration by the management and government there will be a positive charge in the level of productivity interpersonal and professional relationship in the health sector in particular and the Nigeria economy in general.
Everyday the problem of a functional wage and salaries burdens the government the employers and the employee in both the public and private sectors of our economy. wages and salaries questions are the most important of all terms in any economy. Not only to they come up most frequently they also take more time to discuss and give rise to the greatest number of disputed this leads to a conflict of interest because while wages are cost to the employer they are income to the workers (employee)
Nigeria workers have not for one day enjoyed a unified salary structure. In most cases the public sector enjoys a different wage system from that of the private. Though there have been advancement in compensation theories criteria assumptions techniques relief measures and research into wags and salary scientist have for several years devoted much attention to the study of wage and salary and have developed variety of theories concerning the level of wage and its determination and role which wages play in the functioning of the economy.
Theories are conditioned they apply. It is important to note that the techniques of wages and salary structure described and discussed is adopted to the condition existing in the economy to which they apply hence in this project work we seek to study difference in wages and salary structure in the Nigeria economy. a case study of university of Nigeria teaching hospital (UNTH) Enugu (Health sector)
We shall also look or examine the nature and difference in wages and salary structure especially as they correlate to inter personal relation and productivity of the workers and effort made to depict how best to improve the situation in order to minimize the human relation problems apparent in this organization
The term wage is according to YESUPE IMT (1982) defined as the term commonly used for those employees whose pay is calculation according to number of hours worked. He also defined salary as that compensation which is uniform from one pay period to the next and does not depend on the hours worked.
Wages in economic sense means the remuneration for the expenditure of effort in the production of goods and services (i.e.the prices of labour). Workers believe that they should be paid as much as others doing the same type of job in the same organization.
Therefore the sensitive impact of differential in wages and salary structure in Nigeria economy demands that the formulation and enforcement of a fair policy should be a matter of central importance at the national level.