Non-Monetary Benefits and the Performance of Employees At Movit Products Uganda Limited
Author: GGALABUZI JOSEPH
Supervisor: Moses Kibrai
The study was about the role of non-monetary benefits on the performance of employees. The specific objective of the study under non-monetary benefits was the work environment, health insurance and employee involvement and participation. The dimensions under performance were workers being effective, punctuality of employees, and so on.
The researcher used a case study design to carry out the research and he further used a qualitative and quantitative study approaches in carrying out the research. The sample size of the population for the study was 54 respondents and the researcher used questionnaires to collect data. Study was carried out at Movit products Uganda limited a leading manufacture of cosmetics products in the country. The main objective of the study was assessing the role of non-monetary benefits on the performance of employees at Movit products limited.
The finding of the study revealed that there was a significant correlation between non-monetary benefits and the performance of employees. Also the findings demonstrated that there was a significance of 0.05 between non-monetary benefits and the performance of employees. In this research, it was concluded that departmental heads were approachable, recognition for hard work was carried out, organization plans were made through a suggestion system and that health insurance offered medical care to employees whenever they needed it.
The researcher recommended that the system of non-monetary benefits given to employees is not adequate enough and limited to boost the performance of employees. Accompanied with it, should be a range of tangible and monetary rewards that carry vivid and empirical meaning. These will boost the working spirit within the employees and hence improve on the performance of the company.