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My topic of the research was to make a study on “impact of remuneration on Job Satisfaction and Commitment”.
The main purpose of this research was to examine the extent to which remuneration influence/impact commitment and job satisfaction in Rwandan Public Service.
What motivated me to choose the above topic was that though Public Service Ministry has revised salaries/remuneration several times in favor of public service employees, the turnover is still high.
It is also observed that not all well paying organizations have the ability to sufficiently retain staff.
Here as a researcher, I was supposed to investigate other factors that may lead job satisfaction and commitment as a solution to high turnover in public service.
Such factors are also regarded motivating factors that may increase employees’ productivity.
It is in this regard that other variables along with remuneration such as demographic variables, promotion, supervision, working environment and co-workers were also analyzed to find out how they also influence job satisfaction and commitment and their effects on turnover intentions.
John Twahirwa, holds Bsc Economics from National University of Rwanda, and Master of Business Administration from Greenwich University.He held different positions of responsibilities, currently he is Director of Administration and finance, Rwanda Public Procurement Authority.
He also held different portfolios in central and Local governments.
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