Factors Affecting Employee Productivity Essay

594 Words May 19th, 2011 3 Pages
Factors affecting employee productivity – Case study of private Ghanaian workers working in fast food chains
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1.0 Introduction When we say employee efficiency this means the employee characteristics and also relates to the speed and accuracy of an employee against the role, job and duties. Employee productivity underpins employee efficiency wherein the more efficient employees are the more productive they will be especially when managed correctly. Employee productivity creates an environment that encourages effective performance and hence essential in management of
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3.0 Aims and objectives The main aim of the study is to explore the various factors that influence and affect the productivity of Ghanaian workers who work in fast food chains. There could be positive and negative factors influencing such. In lieu with this, the following specific objectives will be addressed: • To determine the nature and dynamics of employee productivity in Ghana and in fast food industry • To distinguish the different perceptions of Ghanaian workers on various influences to own productivity
4.0 Overview of methodologies Primary and secondary research will be conducted in the study. In primary research, the study will survey Ghanaian workers who work in fast food chains that are generally private. A structured questionnaire will be developed and it will be used as the survey tool for the study. It is planned that the questionnaire will have a 5 point Likert Scale, as well as ranking questions. Data on both medium will be compared and evaluated using SPSS. Aside from survey, a secondary research will also be conducted in the study. Sources in secondary research will include previous research reports, newspaper, magazine and journal content, organization statistics, etc. Sometimes, secondary research is required in the preliminary stages of research to determine what is known already and what new data are required, or to inform research design. In this paper, existing findings on journals and existing

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