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Promotion, Welfare and Non-Academic Staff Job Productivity in Universities in Southwest, Nigeria (Published)

This study investigates the relationship between staff promotion and welfare and the job productivity of non-academic staff in public universities in Southwest, Nigeria. Employing a descriptive survey research design, the study sampled 1200 non-academic staff from six universities using a multistage sampling procedure. Two self-designed instruments, the Staff Promotion and Welfare Questionnaire (SPWQ) and the Job Productivity Questionnaire (JPQ), were used to collect data. The reliability coefficients for SPWQ and JPQ were found to be 0.89 and 0.85, respectively. Data analysis involved descriptive and inferential statistics, with hypotheses tested using Pearson Product Moment Correlation. The results revealed a significant relationship between staff promotion, welfare, and non-academic staff job productivity. In conclusion, the study emphasizes the importance of implementing staff welfare packages and conducting timely staff promotions to enhance job performance. Recommendations include the need for robust staff welfare implementations and periodic promotions for deserving non-academic staff to improve overall job productivity in university settings.

Keywords: Non-Academic Staff, Promotion, job productivity, welfare

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