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Employee morale in the national electric power authority (Nepa) of Nigeria: a study of the eastern zones

J.O Onwuka


Employee morale is one of the predictors of organizational efficiency and effectiveness. This study, carried out in 2004, enquired into the morale of NEPA staff in the Eastern zones with a view to finding out if it can be held as one of the factors responsible for NEPA's dismal performance while it existed. Findings show that employee morale was high on three out of the four morale predictors investigated and that there was a relationship between sex and the way employees were treated. A few recommendations are made for the attention of NEPA’s successor, the Power Holding Company (PHCN) of Nigeria.

Key words: Employee morale, Predictors, PHCN, Organizational efficiency, Eastern zones

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eISSN: 2734-3316
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