EMPLOYEE MOBILITY IN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN TANZANIA: LESSON FROM SELECTED INSTITUTIONS IN ILALA MUNICIPALITY, DAR ES SALAAM

Maige Wiboga

Abstract


This study examines the state of labour mobility in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. It was conducted in four public institutions and involved a sample of 95 respondents. Moreover cross sectional research design was used in which data were collected through structured questionnaire and interviews. Data were analysed through content analysis and descriptive statistics using Statistical Package for Social Sciences version 15.0. The findings indicate presence of high employees labour mobility among public workers (Mean score of 13.51; SD=1.61; Median = 12). Some of the contributing reasons for employees’ mobility which were cited in this study include lack of recognition, low salary and poor incentive schemes. Therefore employee mobility is high among public institutions in Dar es Salaam. It is recommended that employee mobility should be addressed among public workers in Dar es Salaam. Further studies can compare factors for employee mobility from government to private institutions in Tanzania.

Keywords


Employee, Employee Mobility, Public Institutions.

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