EMPLOYEE REWARDS AND STAFF RETENTION. A CASE STUDY OF WORLD VISION UGANDA.

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TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE Pages

1.0. Background ............................................................................... l-2

1.1. Problem Statement .................................................................... 2

1.2. Purpose of the study .................................................................. 2

1.3. Objectives of the study .............................................................. 3

1.4. Study questions .......................................................................... 3

1.5. Significance of the study ........................................................... 3

1.6. Scope of the study ..................................................................... 3

I. 7. Conceptual framework ............................................................. .4

CHAPTER TWO

2.0. Introduction ............................................................................... 5

2.1. Relationship between financial rewards and staff retention .............. 5-6

2.2. The effects of non-financial rewards on staff retention ................... 6-7

2.3. Staff attitudes towards rewards and staffretention ........................ 7-8

2.4. Staff retention ............................................................................ 8-9

CHAPTER THREE

3.0. Introduction ............................................................................... 1 0

3.1. Research Design ........................................................................ 1 0

3.2. Population and Sampling techniques ......................................... 1 0

3.3. Data collection Methods and instruments ................................... ! 0-11

3.4. Data analysis .............................................................................. !!

3.5. Limitation ofthe study .......................................................... l2

CHAPTER FOUR

FINDINGS AND INTERPRETATION

4.0. Introduction ............................................................................... 13

4.1. Findings ..................................................................................... 13-20

CHAPTER FIVE

CONCLUSION, LESSON LEARNT AND RECOMMENDATION

5.0. Introduction ............................................................................... 21

5.1. Conclusion ................................................................................. 21

5.2. Lesson Learnt. ............................................................................ 22

5.3. Recommendation ....................................................................... 22-23

5.4. Area for further study ............................................................ 23

Bibliography ... .................................................................................... 24

ABSTRACT The project consists of five chapters and these are as summarized below. Chapter one consist of the introduction of key terms like employee rewards, staff retention, study objectives, study questions, statement of the problem, purpose of the study, scope of the study, significance of the study and conceptual frame work. Rewards are characterized by financial rewards, non-financial rewards and staff attitude towards rewards on staff retention and staff retention is characterized by motivated workforce, reduced labour turnover and productive workforce. Chapter two discusses the literature related to the employee rewards and staff retention. It focuses on the relationship between financial rewards, the effects of nonfinancial rewards and staff attitudes towards rewards on staff retention. Chapter three presents a detailed description of the methodology used in the research and these includes the followings, the research design, population sampling techniques, sample size, data collection methods and instruments and data analysis. Chapter four is about presenting and interpreting the findings from the fields. Here the findings gathered are analyzed and presented so as to give a clear picture of the situation in the field which in turn helps the researcher to make general conclusion of the study. Chapter five is about discussion of the results presented and interpreted in chapter four. Here the data are discussed to confirm the actual results on the relationship between financial rewards and staff retention, effects of non-financial rewards on staff retention and staff attitudes towards rewards on staff retention in World Vision Uganda. Theses results will be used to make conclusion and recommendation for the study.

EMPLOYEE REWARDS AND STAFF RETENTION. A CASE STUDY OF WORLD VISION UGANDA.
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    Type Project
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    Project ID HRM0193
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