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This study is an “Assessment of the Effect of Motivation on Employee Turnover in Dawakinkudu and
Tarauni LGEAs of Kano State from 2011-2016”. The main objective of this study was to assess the
effect of motivation on employee turnover in Dawakinkudu and Tarauni LGEAs. Specifically, the
study assessed the extent to which compensation, promotion and training affects employee
turnover. Data for the study were generated from primary and secondary sources. The instruments
used for the primary data were administration of questionnaires and interviews, 346 questionnaires
were administered to 346 respondents where 318 were retrieved,among them 297 were valid,
interviews were conducted on 20 members of management in the LGEAs and SUBEB head quarter.
The secondary sources used in this study are text books, annual reports, journals, conference
papers, gazettes, circulars, unpublished dissertations and theses as well as internet data. Multi stage
sampling techniques were used in the selection of the sample size. Both descriptive and inferential
statistics were used in presenting and analyzing the data obtained from the study. Multiple
regression was used in testing the
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