ASSESSMENT OF EMPLOYEE'S WELFARE PACKAGES AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVICE

Authors

  • MARTINS, OLUGBENGA LAWRENCE, Ph.D

Keywords:

Employee benet services, welfare schemes incentives, motivation, monetization policy.

Abstract

Abstract
This study examines the benets of employee's welfare and services delivery in Nigerian
civil service. The study employs primary and secondary sources of data collection to aid
the study. The study reveals that since the attainment of Nigeria's independence in 1960,
the country has witnessed the immense contributions in diverse forms of the Nigeria's civil
service to the nation building or national development. This study acknowledged that
welfare schemes are critical instruments for desired re-orientation, however, welfare
motivational programmes in the Nigerian civil service have gradually and continually
disappearing with time. The study established that there is poor commitment and devotion
to the system, which consequences are the prevailing diverse work-defeating behaviours
that are great disservice to the nation, especially moonlightings and other social vices in
the institution. Consequently, the paper recommends that the government should
appreciate workers efforts to boost their morale and support the prevailing socioeconomic
reality in the country. The paper further challenged both employer and
employees in the public service to discharge their statutory responsibilities to enhance
national development.

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Published

2020-07-26

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