Akenten Appiah-Menka University of Skills Training, Ghana
*Corresponding author:Philip Baidoo, Akenten Appiah-Menka University of Skills Training and Entrepreneurial Development, Kumasi, Ghana
Submission: December 12, 2020;Published: February 23, 2021
People with physical disabilities have endured a long history of social isolation and discrimination. The capacity of personnel conservation affiliation consequence on disables and leisure of systems about disability have tended to focus on individual imperfections. The internal control activities have been the subject of a series of explorations since generations. However, the study sought to enhance and investigated the caliber of personnel conservation affiliation consequence on disable and leisure of systems. However, it’s influence of management’s compliance to internal control operations at the Organization and Institution levels were also targeted. The research design employed was characterized and analyzed the purpose of the study. Purposive sampling techniques were used to select the respondents. The sample size for the study was fifty (50) participants and five (5) internal control units of Management members, Junior and Senior staff, respectively. Questionnaire and interview guide were used to collect data from the respondents which was analyzed to generate frequencies and percentages with the help of Microsoft Excel. The study resulted that, the working output and operational environment is not encouraging to disabilities. Some, originally in both government and private sector legislators and regulators gave internal control activities a significant attention as a denied result. Finally, the study revealed that the actual establishment of internal control activities and systems prevailing at institutional and organizational levels, which had contributed, to a large extent, the achievement of the organization objective are not well structured, and its movement are not fully comfortable to disabilities in both institutions and organizations.
Keywords: Internal control activities; Personnel influence; Organizations and institutions; Hospitality; Personnel conservation; Disable and leisure