Remuneration Reforms and Welfare of Employees in Public Schools: Experience From Nigeria

Akabom Ita Asuquo, Arzizeh Tiesieh Tapang, Glory Tony Effiong, Mkpa Ubuo Linus, Ashishie Peter Uklala, Sylvester Bassey Duke


The survey was undertaken to ascertain the impact of remuneration reforms on the workers’ welfare in public schools taking evidence from Nigeria. Facts were gotten by the use of a planned inquiry form and the data collected were then evaluated by means of the multiple regression techniques. Outcomes showed that there is a substantial impact of indicators of remuneration reforms on the welfare pointer (consumption) of employees in public schools. The negligible inclination to consume of employees with minimum remuneration, as well as employees with excessive remuneration, had revealed that these two categories put apart a huge percentage of their earnings for consumption to improve their welfare status and satisfaction level. Actions suggested to augment employees’ wellbeing and propensity comprise of periodic remuneration rising assessment, regulation of price increases ratio in addition to setting up of nutrition subsidizations for employees in public schools by the government.

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Research in World Economy
ISSN 1923-3981(Print)ISSN 1923-399X(Online)


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