Promotions as a motivation factor towards employees’ performance: a case study of Uganda police forces (UPF) (1995- 2005)
Ddamulira Sseruyange, Chris
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This study is an assessment of the way promotions can be a motivation factor towards the employees’ performance. The study targeted the Police Forces in Uganda and specifically the Kampala Central and extra areas. In the process of carrying out this study, it was guided by the following objectives: i. To establish the procedures which the Uganda Police Forces uses in the exercise of promoting its Officers. ii. To assess the procedures used in the promotion of the Uganda Police Officers. iii. To investigating the effectiveness of promotions as a motivation of the Officers of the Uganda Police Forces. iv. To suggest the possible way forward for the improvement of performance at workplace in Uganda. The above objectives clearly guided the researcher in designing research questions as follows: What is promotion? What procedures does the Uganda Police Force use to motivate its employees? Are the procedures in promotions effective in motivating the Officers in the Police Forces? Is there any relationship between promotions and performance at work place?