EMPLOYEE RELATIONS AND STAFF PERFORMANCE IN JOBENTA MEDICAL CARE, KAMPALA UGANDA

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ABSTRACT This research is about employee relations and staff performance, a case study of Jobenta Medical Care, Kampala Uganda. It focuses on the different concepts of employee relations, its relevance in the organization, staff performance and ways of boosting and encouraging employees to perform better. The research was carried out in Jobenta a medical care centre in Uganda an.~ it covered respondents from the study area. Employee relations involve providing fair and consistent treatment to all employees so that they will be committed to the organization's goals. Organizations with good employee relations are likely to have a human resource strategy that places a high value on employees as stakeholders in the business. Therefore for good and lasting employee relations, there should exist mutual understanding between members. This makes employees work as a team which will foster good performance of the organization at large because of the cooperation being created among them. Findings Show that employee relations plays a big role to enhancing New-life medical care- :Uganda) staff performance and that you can not separate employee relations from ; staff performance. Employee relations contrib~:Jte to the general performance of new-life medical care -Uganda as an organization which fosters development in this particular ) organization. The more employees, employers interact with each other, this fosters a :ontinuing industrial harmony which leads to organizational growth of new-life medical :are-Uganda.

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS AND STAFF PERFORMANCE IN JOBENTA MEDICAL CARE, KAMPALA UGANDA
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    Type Project
    Department Human Resource Management
    Project ID HRM0156
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 52 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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