Perceived Effects of Remuneration on Employee Turnover at Teachers’ Service Commission Secretariat, Kisumu

Paula Goren

Abstract


Employee turnover has come to gain great attention all over the world, in various industries. The study was conducted Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC) Secretariat, Kisumu. The study specifically sought to assess the effects of remuneration strategies, remuneration policies and timely pay on employee turnover at Teachers’ Service Commission Kisumu secretariat. Descriptive research design was used in the study. Systematic sampling technique was used to select the respondents for questionnaires who were the employees at TSC. Research instrument used was semi-structured questionnaire and data was analyzed using descriptive statistics. The study realised that remuneration strategies, renumeration policies and timely pay positively influenced employee turnover at Teachers’ Service Commission Kisumu secretariat. The study recommended that performance appraisal should be frequently and fairly done and emphasis should be put on encouraging improvement in employee relations and output; management policies on remuneration ought to be regular and commensurate with the prevailing economic conditions as well as the experience of the employees, and; there is need for more consultation on the issues of timely payment so as to enable employees to get interest-free financial relief from  the organization at their time of need.

Key Words : Renumeration Strategies; Renumeration Policies; Timely Pay, Employee Turnover.


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