REMUNERATION MOTIVATIONAL VARIABLE AS DETERMINANT OF LECTURERS’ TURNOVER INTENTION IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION, SOUTH-WEST, NIGERIA
Keywords:Lecturers’ Turnover Intention, Remuneration, Compensation, Bonus
This study investigated remuneration as determinant of lecturers’ turnover intention in public colleges of education in South-western Nigeria. Two research questions were formulated. Descriptive survey research was adopted. The study population comprised all lecturers in public colleges of education in South-western Nigeria of about 3, 196. Sample size comprised of 1,788 lecturers. Two constructed questionnaire-Lecturers’ Turnover Intention Questionnaire (LTOQ)() and Remuneration Motivational Variable Questionnaire (RMVQ) () was used. Collected data were analysed using descriptive statistics of frequency counts, simple percentages, mean and standard deviation. From the result, turnover intention existed among lecturers of colleges of education (=2.706). Results also showed that remuneration (=3.50) at a moderate level. It was therefore, recommended that to guide against lecturers turnover intention in colleges of education, remuneration as well as compensation should be improved upon by managements of public colleges of education.
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