Employee Welfare Programmes: Panacea Towards Improving Labour Productivity in the Service Sector In Nigeria

Moshood Ayınde Hassan


This paper shed light on how employee welfare programmes could help to improve labour productivity in the service sector. It reveals that employee welfare benefits and services have positive effects on labour productivity. They are capable of attracting and holding employees, assisting employees in meeting their needs, better helping in lowering unit cost of production, improving morale, increasing employee security and blunting the sharp edges of managerial autocracy. The paper goes further to advance suggestions for mending the loopholes discovered in the administration of welfare programme for workers.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n10p78

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