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LABOUR TURNOVER AND ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY IN PZ CUSSONS (NIG.) PLC AND GLOBAL COM. (NIG.) LTD

July 13, 2017

AUTHOR: EZEIGBO CHIGOZIE SAMUEL
DEPARTMENT: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
FACULTY: MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
AFFILIATION: NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA

This study Investigated Labour Turnover and Organizational Productivity in PZ Cussons (Nig.) Plc and Globalcom (Nig.) Limited. The descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. The relevant data for the study were collected through a set of self developed structured questionnaire. The data were analyzed using frequency table, percentage distribution and statistical package for social sciences (SPSS). Findings revealed that the causes of labour turnover in the study include: The characteristics of the job, unrealistic expectations, organizational culture and performance of the job. Based on these findings, it was concluded that for organization to retain its employees, there is need for it to consider every aspect of its productive operations by organizing requisite skill training for its staff. Based on the conclusion, it was recommended that for retention of workers to be made possible, motivational incentives that could foster workers job satisfaction and commitment should be provided. Equitable measure of reward system should be commensurate with workers job performance. Also, organizational support system that could promote workers’ good health and reduction of occupational hazards should be provided for all levels of workers in order to achieve workers retention.

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