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Article Published In Vol.5 (Jan-Feb-2017)

Effect of Adjunct Lecturers’ Job Security on Employee Performance: Evidence from Universities in Kakamega County, Kenya

Pages : 134-140

Author : Makori Ezekiel Makori and Jackline Akoth Odero

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This study examined the effect of Adjunct Lecturers’ Job Security on Employee performance: Evidence from Universities in Kakamega County, Kenya. Using a descriptive survey research design, data was collected from a sample of 51 adjunct lecturers from these Universities using structured questionnaires. It was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. For descriptive statistics mean, standard deviation, frequencies and percentages were used whereas for inferential statistics factor analysis and regression analysis were used. The study concluded that job security had no significant effect on employee performance in the Universities in Kakamega County, Kenya and therefore the null hypothesis is not rejected. The study recommends that organizations should give employees the assurance that their job is secured in order to enhance employee performance.

Keywords: Employee Performance, Job Security



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