Analysis of Contingent Pay and Altruism to the Reward of Management Practices

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Ugochukwu Paul Orajaka

Abstract

The study expressed the effect of contingent pay and altruism to the reward of Management practices and its performance in some selected government organizations in south East Nigeria. The application of descriptive statistics, correlation tools and mean likert was employed to evaluate the significant relationship and coefficient of determination of the variables. However, the tools show that there is a strong positive relationship association between the contingent pay and altruism in government organizations. The analysis also shows that there is a strong positive significant relationship in the system. These results conclude that contingent pay and altruism has a strong positive effect to government organizational performance in the study areas selected.

Keywords:
Management, organization, employees, altruism, contingent pay, motivation.

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Orajaka, U. P. (2021). Analysis of Contingent Pay and Altruism to the Reward of Management Practices. Asian Journal of Economics, Business and Accounting, 21(1), 112-120. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajeba/2021/v21i130342
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Original Research Article

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