Sistema de Recompensas como estratégia para melhorar a produtividade de Colaboradores na Nigéria Outros Idiomas

Este artigo avalia o Sistema de recompensa como uma estratégia para melhorar a produtividade de colaboradores, com referencia particular na Universidade de Lagos, Nigéria. Os efeitos de recompensas intrínsecas e extrínsecas na produtividade dos colaboradores foram medidos pela coleta de dados primários por meio de técnicas de amostragem multiestágio, estratificada e aleatória sobre os respondentes na Universidade. 400 cópias do questionário foram entregues, mas apenas 280 foram devolvidas para análise. Os resultados da análise de regressão mostraram coeficiente de resultados de (R2)(0,361; (R2)(0,271); (R)2(0,180)para as hipóteses 1,2, e 3, respectivamente, para serem significativos no nível de 0,05. O coeficiente de correlação de 0,386 para a hipótese 4, testada com intervalo de confiança de 99%, revelou que a entrada de trabalho e recompensas extras podem ser correlacionadas positivamente.
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ADEBISI, S. A.; OLADIPO, A. O. Reward System as strategy for improving employees’ productivity in Nigeria . Revista Eletrônica de Estratégia & Negócios, v. 8, n. 1, p. 56-84, 2015.
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Adebisi, S. A., & Oladipo, A. O. (2015). Reward System as strategy for improving employees’ productivity in Nigeria . Revista Eletrônica de Estratégia & Negócios, 8(1), 56-84.
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