Effects Of Negative Attitudes Of Construction Workers On Local Contractors In Ghana
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Effects Of Negative Attitudes Of Construction Workers On Local Contractors In Ghana
This paper examines the effects of negative attitudes of construction workers on local contractors in Ghana (LCG) and possible ways to curbing the lukewarm attitudes of workers in the local construction industries. The study employed a structured questionnaire survey and convenience sampling techniques. A total of 150 registered local contractors and tradesmen (masons, carpenters, painters, electricians, plumbers, and so on.) in three selected regions; Tamale, Ashanti and Brong Ahafo were sampled for the study. Primary data was collected by means of survey questionnaire, using convenience sampling techniques. Descriptive statistics was employed in extracting data into mean and standard deviDownloadViews: 50

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