IJSRP, Volume 11, Issue 7, July 2021 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Zoakah, Dogonyaro Joy, Bulus Pikitda, Comfort Iliya
This study targeted on rewards system and employees’ retention throughout COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria. The study used Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) as the study area. Descriptive survey study was used and target population of four hundred employees’ cutting across nine units were considered. A sample of one hundred participants was drawn using both purposive and simple random techniques. The questionnaire used was adapted from the study of Oyoo, Mwandihi and Musiega (2016). A total of eighty questionnaires were completed and returned. Simple percentages, mean, standard deviation and spearman rank correlation coefficient were used for data analysis. The study showed that most of the extrinsic rewards of the organization were not provided during the pandemic.