Publisher: Lead City University

Performance Appraisal and Motivation of Nurses At General Hospital, Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria

Olusegun Adeleke Adenuga, Lawal Adenike Adesola
KEYWORDS: Performance Appraisal, Employees’ Motivation, General Hospital, and Nurses

ABSTRACT:

The study investigated performance appraisal and motivation of Nurses at Ikeja General Hospital, Lagos, Nigeria. The purpose was to investigate the performance appraisal and motivation of Nurses at Ikeja General Hospital. The study used survey research design; simple random sampling was used to select 100 nurses from General Hospital, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria. A questionnaire was used to gather data from the respondents. Pearson Product Moment Correlation Co-efficient was used to analyze data and tested at 0.05 level of significance. The result found that there is significant relationship between performance appraisal system and employees’ motivation. Also, there is significant relationship between employees’ motivation and work output. Furthermore, there is significant relationship between employees’ motivation and production of quality service. Based on the findings, the study recommended that Lagos State government should set-up committee of experts on personnel matters to work out a credible appraisal system for nurses in their employment. Also, the government should ensure that the promotion of nurses should be given utmost priority. 


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