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A Statistical Analysis of the Impact of Employees Welfare Service Scheme on Organisational Productivity by Nwosu Chibuzo Charles and Nwosu C. A (pages 245-248)
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The study dwelled on the impact of employees welfare service scheme on organisational productivity. The study was carried out on the non-academic staff of Anambra State University Uli. The work examined various ways an employee can be motivated in order to increase work performance and also various behavioural tendencies at work place. In the methodology, the method of data collection adopted were the primary and secondary source of data collection. The sample size was 300 non-academic staff, the sampling technique used for the work is the simple random sampling technique. In the analysis a (2x5) contingency table for “M” independent random sample was used in the analysis of the data. From the results obtained it was discovered that poor performance of the non-academic staff in the university can be attributed to the poor welfare services provided within the institution. For instance performance related pay increase, insured health services, good facilities, fringe benefits, security, welfare scheme, these services were discovered to be scare in the motivational techniques and this results to low organisational productivity. It was generally concluded that for great work performance employee’s economic, social and behavioural cornerstone should be known for corporate culture, good communication, job satisfaction, effectiveness fairness etc, to be ensured within the organization.

 Keywords: Welfare package, motivation, productivity, contingency table, fringe benefits