Project Topic on HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, ETHICAL BEHAVIOR AND EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE IN KAYONZA GROWERS’ TEA FACTORY IN KANUNGU DISTRICT, UGANDA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION

APPROVAL ii

DEDICATION iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iv

TABLE OF CONTENTS v

LIST OF TABLES ix

LIST OF FIGURES x

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xi

ABSTRACT xii

CHAPTER ONE 1

INTRODUCTION 1

1.0 Introduction 1

1.1 Background of the Study 1

1.1 .1 Historical Background 1

1 .1.2 Theoretical Background 2

1.1 .3 Conceptual Background 3

1.1.4 Contextual Background 3

1.2 Statement of the Problem 4

1.3 Purpose of the study 5

1 .4 Specific objectives 5

1.5 Research Questions 5

1.6 Hypothesis 6

1.7 Scope of the study 6

V

1.8 Significance of the study .6

CHAPTER TWO 7

LITERATURE REVIEW 7

2.1 Introduction: 7

2.2 Conceptual frame work 12

CHAPTER THREE 13

METHODOLOGY 13

3.0 Introduction 13

3.1 Research design 13

3.2 Target population 13

3.3 Sample size 14

3.4 Sampling strategy 14

3.5 Data collection method 14

3.5.lPrimary data collection method 14

3.5.2Secondary data collection method 14

3.6 Research instruments 14

3.7Quality of collected data 15

3.7.1 Validity 15

3.7.2 Reliability 16

3.8 Data gathering procedures 16

3.9Data analysis 17

3.10 Ethical consideration 17

3. 11 Limitation of the study 17

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CHAPTER FOUR~19

DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS 19

4.0 Introduction 19

4.1 Demographic information 19

4.1 .1 Gender composition 19

4.1.2 Level of education 20

4.2 The relationship between Human Resource Management, Ethical Behavior and Employees

Performance 21

4.3. The level of performance of employees of the Kayonza Growers Tea Factory 25

CHAPTER FIVE 28

DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 28

5.0 Introduction 28

5.1 Discussion 28

5.1 . 1 Relationship between Human Resource Management and Ethical Behavior on

Employees’ Performance in selected Factory of Kayonza Tea, Kanungu District 28

5.1.2 Level of performance of Employees of the Factory 29

5.1.3 What should be done in order employees to increase on productivity of the factory9 29

5.2 Conclusion 30

5.3 Recommendations 31

5.4 Areas for further research 32

ABSTRACT The study was entitled Human Resource, Ethical Behaviors and Employees’ Performance’ was carried out in Kayonza Growers’ Tea Factory in Kanungu District, Uganda. The aim of this research was, to examine the Performance of employees of Kayonza Growers Tea Factory in Kanungu District, to identify the relationship between the Human Resource Management and Ethical Behaviors on Performance of Employees in the Tea Factory of Kayonza, to examine how Employees can improve on productivity of the Factory. The study was conducted using qualitative (ethnography) to collect data, analyze and present data, data was conducted using instruments; questionnaire, interview guide and observation guide. in order to achieve the benefits of triangulation. Triangulation of research instruments were used strategic by which the researcher collected data from different sources to test for truthfulness. Sound explanation of occurrence was achieved by the researcher The study focused on Human resource management, ethical behaviors and performance of employees. The role of human resource managers are to motivate, supervise, monitoring and evaluation, while employees have to meet their deadlines, participate and delivering of services Ethics is the philosophical treatment of the moral order, its history does not consists in narrating the views of morality entertained by different nations at different times. This is properly the scope of the history of civilization, Performance is the actual output or results of an organization as measured against its intended goals and objectives. Performance helps workers to achieve goals and objectives of organization. The study concluded that the workers work as a team, while they are at work place in the factory for example activities are well given to them, each of them contributes to the development of the organization. The study concluded that employees participate in all activities of the factory for example decision making get involved by managers and workers especially directors who come up with decision making hence, however, others suggested that suggested that workers have to be allowed to participate in all activities of the factory, Such as decision making so that they can have a love for the factory.

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, ETHICAL BEHAVIOR AND EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE IN KAYONZA GROWERS’ TEA FACTORY IN KANUNGU DISTRICT, UGANDA
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