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The relationships between the current administrative policies and the performance of joint service council of solid waste management in the middle and southern areas of Gaza strip

Wasim Al-Habil
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Wasim Al-Habil: College of Commerce, Islamic University of Gaza, Palestine

E3 Journal of Business Management and Economics., 2016, vol. 7, issue 2, 050-063

Abstract: The research aims to study the relationships between the current administrative policies and the performance of the Joint Service Council of Solid Waste Management in the middle and southern Areas of Gaza Strip. The research used the analytical descriptive methodology and used a questionnaire distributed to a sample consisting of (120) employees who are working in the Joint Service Council of Solid Waste Management in the middle and southern Areas of Gaza Strip (JSC-SWM). Using the Statistical Package for Social Studies program (SPSS), the results indicated that proper budgets, filling positions with local ordinance, pension and retirement system, fines and penalties for violating ordinance, and compensations are not used effectively in the JSC-SWM as a tool to promote the performance of the council. The research recommended the activation of scientific tools for designing proper budgets, and unifying the administrative system which regulates the work of the council staff and in the same way of the municipalities' ones

Keywords: Budgets; pension; compensations retirement; fines; and penalties (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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