Dr. (Mrs) Love J. Asor & Dr. (Mrs) Glory Emmanuel Edoho
This paper examines staff remuneration as post covid 19 motivational strategy for Administrative Workers of Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. One research hypothesis was formulated for the study using Staff Remuneration as a variable. A research Questionnaires “Staff Remuneration in post covid 19 periodic and Administrative Workers’ Productivity Questionnaire (SRAWPQ” were used to collect data from 8112 administrative workers of six tertiary institutions in Cross River State. The data collected was analyzed using Pearson Product Moment Correlation Analysis, and the result showed that there was indeed significant relationship between Staff Remuneration and administrative workers’ productivity in tertiary institutions in Cross River State. Recommendations were made that since staff welfare cannot be over looked, staff remuneration should serves as legitimate interest to enhance workers’ commitment to tertiary institutions.