AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TO MOTIVATION AMONG BANK OF UGANDA EMPLOYEES
KIIZA, OSCAR EDDY
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This study analysed the contribution of Human Resource Management practices to motivation among Bank of Uganda (BOU) employees. Specifically, the study sought to analyse the contribution of; performance appraisal, reward and compensation management and engagement practices to motivation among BOU employees. The study used the descriptive research design and adopted both the qualitative and quantitative approaches. Data was collected using a structured questionnaire and interview guide from a sample of 100 respondents. The data was quantitatively and qualitatively analysed using measures of central tendency, Pearson’s correlation, regression analysis and content analysis respectively. The findings of the study indicated that performance appraisal, reward and compensation management and employee engagement practices positively and significantly contribute to motivation among Bank of Uganda employees.