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Title: Effect of Compensation/ Pay on Staff Retention in Selected Commercial Banks in Adamawa State, Nigeria

Author(s): Dr Ldama John, Dr Peter Teru

 DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.18535/ijsrm/v5i9.13


Department of Business Administration

Adamawa State University, Mubi- Nigeria

Department of Accounting

Adamawa State University, Mubi-Nigeria.

Abstract

This study assessed compensation/pay and staff retention in selected commercial banks in Adamawa state. The bed rock of this study was that inability to retain staff is bedevilling the Nigeria’s banking institutions. Therefore, the question of whether compensation/pay significantly affect retention of commercial bank staff is the arena of the study. Data were collected from 197 bank staff from Yola north, Yola south, Mubi north and Numan local government areas using both close and open ended questionnaires. The data was analysed using regression analysis, while Likert scale technique was used as measurement instrument for the study.  Cronbach’s Alpha test was used to measure the reliability of the measurement instrument, which showed a result of 77.4% reliability. The result shows that, a 1% increase in payment of monetary benefits (RPM), increased staff retention by 0.688, a 1% increase in the thirteenth month salaries (TMS), increased staff retention by 0.484, a 1% increase in timely payment of salaries (TPS), led to an increased staff retention by 1.866, but a 1% increase in the use of money as an incentive (MMW), triggered a 0.155 decrease in staff retention. Findings of the study therefore revealed that compensation/ pay has positive effect on the retention of commercial bank staff, except when used as an incentive. The study therefore recommended that while using compensation/pay as motivational strategies, commercial banks’ management should avoid the use of compensation/pay as incentives

Impact Factor/indexing

Impact Factor : 3.994






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