Employee rewards and individual work performance: a case study of teachers at Kawempe Moslem School
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The study sought to examine the relationship between employee rewards and individual job performance among secondary school teachers. This study involved collection of data from 28 respondents who were teachers at Kawempe Moslem Secondary School. Furthermore, the study was carried out using descriptive and correlational survey design to find out the relationship between the variables. A bivariate correlation produced a positive correlation between employee rewards and individual job performance though not significant. The respondents also scored low on the scale of employee rewards. Therefore, the study concluded that the levels of rewards are low among secondary school teachers. On the other hand, the levels of individual job performance were found high among secondary school teachers. Therefore, research recommended that employers should consider acquiring competent supervisors that are supportive as it was found out to be one of the significant antecedents of individual job performance and organizational growth.