F. M. Azeez, A. R. Balogun, O. O. Omotoye, A. E. Ajimotokan


The study investigated the contribution of remuneration to employee motivation and performance in global communication limited, Lagos Nigeria. The descriptive research design was adopted. The questionnaire format was employed for data collection, which was made into several sections and 120 copies were distributed for data collection. Regression analysis was used to test the formulated hypothesis through the use of Statistical Packages for Social Sciences (SPSS). The findings revealed that remuneration significantly contributes to employee motivation and employee performance at a 0.05 level of significance. The study concluded that there is a significant influence of remuneration on employee motivation and performance in global communication limited, Lagos Nigeria. The study recommended that Global communication limited should show greater interest in the remunerations and welfare of their workers to make them more valuable and see themselves as contributors to the success of the organization through effective use of non-monetary rewards.


Remuneration, Employee performance, Employee Motivation, GLO.

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