Eberechukwu Francisca Chigbu, Ebele Ann Onu, Ijeoma Evelyn Animba, Obiageli Chinwe Nnabugwu


This study aimed at finding out the impact of non-salary payment on lecturers’ performances in climate change affected universities (a case study of UNN). The study adopted a gap analysis analysis and was carried out in University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN). The population comprised 793 respondents lecturers’ randomly sampled from the University. The study was guided by two purposes of the gap analysis. The instruments called Nospol-Climate-Change-Affected-University for data collection were self-designed structured questionnaires of 5 points of Much above average, Above average, Average, Below average and Much below average. Methods of data collection were face to face administration and collection after every rating in the questionnaires was completed by the concerned respondents from various faculties of UNN. All data were collected, collated and analyzed. The methods of data analysis were descriptive statistics and t-test with Statistical Package for Social Science. The instrument was validated by experts whose imputes were incorporated before the final copies were made and administered. Reliability test showed a significant difference between the performance levels of the two groups of the lecturers at p<0.05 etc. based on the findings, the researchers recommended among others that integrated payment and personal information system (IPPIS) which is a central payroll platform by the federal Government operating as Treasury Single Account (TSA) should be upgraded to make prompt payment to lecturers without further delay.

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