Analysis of Effect of Performance based additional Payment System in Hospitals to Productivity

Said KINGIR, Mehmet METE, Meral HATISARU

Abstract


Businesses are putting effort to maintain their operations and increase their productivity in global competition environment. Therefore, they headed towards employees performance which is the most important element affecting internal productivity. The aim of this study is to analyse and reveal if performance based additional payment system (PBAPS) has any effect on productivity or not in the view of the employees. To achieve this aim, 500 face to face questionnaires applied to employees of Diyarbakir Education and Research Hospital operating under the Association of Public Hospitals in Diyarbakir city centre. Data of this survey was collected by survey system based on 5 point Likert scale. Obtained data was analysed with the 21th edition of SPSS programme. In this way the effects of the additional payment based on their performance received by employees, on productivity was evaluated.

It is expected that results of this study will show direction to the further studies on determining views of Diyarbakir Association of Public Hospitals employees towards performance based additional payment system, application of the programme objectively, determining precautions to prevent and minimize the problems that can occur during the application of the system and increasing the performance of the employees with productivity

In statistical analyses in accordance with the research, it is possible to say that the personnel who are close to retirement are very satisfied with the PBAPS implementations, but especially the majority of the young and middle aged employees and the personnel who are new in seniority think that performance based additional payment system is not applied as it should be and payments are not distributed fairly and consequently performance based additional payment system affects productivity in a negative way.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v4i2.5523

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