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Title: الحوافز وأثرها على معدل دوران العمل دراسة حالة: مصنع النيل للمياه الغازية والعصائر في الفترة من 2016- 2021م
Authors: شهد أبوبكر سعيد الحسن
Keywords: الحوافز
التسرب الوظيفي
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جــامعــة إفـريقـيا العـالمـية- عمادة الدراســات العليا والبحث والعلمي والنشر -كلية العلوم الإدارية- قســـــم إدارة الأعما
Abstract: The aim of the research is to identify the role of incentives in the rate of work turnover, and to show the knowledge of the effect of incentives on reducing job dropout rates. And to highlight the role that incentives play in job lethargy rates. The research problem is represented in the following main question: What is the effect of incentives on the rate of work turnover. The research tested several hypotheses, including: Incentives contribute to reducing work turnover. Incentives also contribute to reducing job dropout rates, as well as reducing job dropout rates. The research followed the historical method, the descriptive analytical method, and the case study method. The research reached a number of results, the most important of which are: the factory grants incentives in close periods of time, as well as the interest of the Nile Water Factory to provide rewarding incentives that help reduce the rate of work turnover and also the factory is keen on the discipline of workers at work The research came out with a number of recommendations, the most important of which are: The factory should promote rewarding incentives that help reduce the rate of work turnover, it is necessary to allow the appropriate time to complete the work efficiently, which contributes to reducing the job leakage in the factory. The tasks assigned to the factory workers must be commensurate with the incentives provided
URI: http://dspace.iua.edu.sd/handle/123456789/5638
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