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|Title:||Rewards systems at the organizational level and execution of projects in the construction industry in Gaza strip|
|Authors:||KH. Timraz, Abed El-Rahman|
Abu Shoqa, Amer W.
Abu Kaarsh, Dima J.
El-Bassaina, Mai I.
|Publisher:||University of Palestine College of Applied Engineering and Urban Planning Department of Civil Engineering|
|Abstract:||Managing knowledge efficiently and effectively is considered a core competence for organizations to survive in the long run, so incentives play an important role in influencing of performance of employees , not available and not distributed equitably of incentives may be reflected directly on the performance of employees . This research aims to contribute to enhance the performance of construction industry through investigating rewards systems in contracting construction companies in Gaza strip, measure the effectiveness applying reward system, determine the challenges for applying different reward system. Data was gathered from employee in contracting companies by using questionnaire survey to assess the importance of applying rewards systems in contracting companies, to fulfill these objectives, research was carried in to two stages: literature review and questionnaire survey. A total number of 103 questionnaire have been completed. And after making analysis using statistical package for the social sciences program (SPSS). The result confirm that Most of the contracting companies have a comprehensive knowledge of positive and negative rewards systems and most of these companies are used both of rewards system, the study also proved the effectiveness of incentive systems in the contracting companies operating in the Gaza strip turned out that the use of incentives lead to (raise the level of performance, increase productivity, increase performance speed of doing business, increase positive competition between the work crews, access to quality in the work done and compliance with specifications, application of safety factors at work), and there are many obstacles facing the application of rewards systems in general contracting firms in the Gaza strip, majority of companies agreed that most these obstacles are (surrounding political circumstances, not to include incentives in the company's budget, the difficult economic conditions, misuse of powers in the distribution of incentives). And at the end asset of recommendation was made to encourage the firms to apply rewards systems. For example, work to strengthen the rewards system and make it more visible to staff and a more transparent and fair, including the incentives in the company's budget, and providing workshops for engineering companies to illustrate the importance of incentives in the performance of work.|
|Description:||Rewards systems at the organizational level and execution of projects in the construction industry in Gaza strip|
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