The Effect of Organisational Policies on Employee Performance a Case Study of Caritas Uganda, Lugazi Catholic Diocese
Author: NAKANWAGI TEDDY
Supervisor: Marie Nakitende
This study was carried out in Caritas Lugazi Catholic Diocese in Lugazi. It was done in one year and information thus provided was based on a study of 48 respondents, who were workers of that organization. The study aimed at fulfilling the following objectives:
• To identify and determine the organizational policies at Caritas Lugazi Diocese.
• To explore the effect of organizational policies on employee performance at Caritas Lugazi Diocese.
• To examine challenges faced by Caritas Lugazi Diocese in implementing the organizational policies.
• To explore strategies employed by the Caritas Lugazi Diocese to overcome challenges faced in implementing organizational policies.
The research showed that Caritas Lugazi Diocese has to a large extent not improved the relationship between organizational policies and employee performance in the organization; Effective organizational policies is influenced by a number of factors such as Education, experience of employees, remuneration, performance management, rules and motivation.
The respondents Suggested that, Other methods of managing Caritas Lugazi Diocese should be established such as the salary/remuneration increase, close monitoring and supervision, training of employees, levels of educational recruitment should be considered and also more fringe benefits.