ECONOMIC RECESSION AND THE IMPACT OF REMUNERATION SYSTEMS ON PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIA CIVIL SERVICE

Marius Ndubuisi Ugochukwu, Davies Ogbeide, Elizabeth Chukwuma

Abstract


The purpose of this research is to consider the relationship between remuneration and productivity and how to match output remuneration plans to achieve organizational objectives. It also considers the variables that motivate the Nigerian Civil service employees. It was concluded  that civil service play a key role in the execution of every government policy and that no government can succeed with the officials of civil service.

Keywords


Productivity, Civil service, Bureaucracy, Salary, Wages, Incentives, Fringe benefits, Organization, Workers and Recession

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