International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Morale Boosters: Basic Necessities for Workers Commitment to Qualitative Productivity in Organizations. (A Case Study of the Education Industry in Nigeria)
Dr. (Mrs.) R.I. Osarenren-Osaghae

Morale Boosters: Basic Necessities for Workers commitment to qualitative productivity in organization was the title of this study for the purpose of examining some basic necessities conceptualized as morale boosters and their relationship to workers’ commitment to qualitative productivity in organization. To guide this study, six Null hypotheses were formulated. The study adopted a correlation study design, with a population of all teachers in public senior secondary school, 84,172 out of which a sample of 3367 was proportionately selected. Instrument used to collect data was the questionnaire which its content validity was by experts and reliability coefficient was 0.72. 97% (3266) of the questionnaires administered were retrieved and these were analyzed using the Pearson product moment correlation coefficient (r) for all hypotheses and study found out that morale Boosters had significant relationship with teachers commitment to their jobs and commitment to job was also found to have a relationship to qualitative productivity in Public Senior Secondary Schools in Edo State.

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