The project work is a survey of the effect of diengagement on the moral of workers in federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria Enugu. It tried to ascertain the extent to which disengagement of workers affects the achievement of the corporations objectives.
The methodology employed to achieve the objective of the study involved the distribution of questionnaires to both senior and junior staff of the corporation under study. More so, the researcher made use of oral interviews to get more facts from those who do not want to involve themselves in written work, and to confirm their answers. The research used descriptive statistical which are reflected in frequency tables and percentage to analyze data collected from the study.
The study revealed among other things, the reasons, for disengagement, alternatives to disengagement and the consequeness of the exercise to the individual and the organization both socially and economically.
Finally, the research found out that some workers who were “Lucky” to have “Escaped” being disengagement get demoralized felt insecure and this effects, as no small measure, the performance of their duties.
Laos most of the respondents, if not all supported the commercializing of the corporation which they believed will enable it generate fund internally and reduce the dependence of government for fund in order to avoid the disengagement of workers.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Table of contents
1.1Background of the study
1.2Statement of the problem
1.3Objectives / purpose of the study
1.4Theoretical foundations of the study
1.5Significance of the study
1.6Scope of the study
1.7Limitations of the study
1.8Definition of terms
2.2Reasons for the disengagement of workers
2.3Alternative to disengagement
2.4The consequences of disengagement
RESEARCH METHOD AND DESIGN
3.1Area of the study
3.2Population of study
3.3Method of data analysis
3.4Sources of data
3.5Instrument for data collection
3.6Validity and reliability of instrument
4.1Data presentation analysis and presentation
4.1.1Research question one
4.1.2research question two
4.1.3research question three
4.1.4research question four
SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION
5.1Summary of findings