Effect of Flexible work arrangement, career development on employee performance: Acase study of selected manufacturing firms in Ogun State, Nigeria

Effect of Flexible work arrangement, career development on employee performance: Acase study of selected manufacturing firms in Ogun State, Nigeria

Author by Dr. Nanle Magaji

Journal/Publisher: International Journal Of Advanced Research In Public Policy And Development Strategies(ijarppads

Volume/Edition: 5

Language: English

Pages: 79 - 97

Abstract

Employees are an organization’s most important and valuable asset, and they play a critical role in its performance. There are growing concerns that the quality of work and the performance of employees has declined as the result of lack of flexible work arrangement and career development of manufacturing firms in Ogun State, Nigeria.  This study investigated the effect of flexible work arrangement and career development on employee performance of selected manufacturing firms in Ogun state. A survey research design was used. The population was 26754. The sample size was 520. Data were analyzed using descriptive and simple linear regression. The findings revealed that flexible work arrangement (? = .954, t = 24.087, p < 0 xss=removed xss=removed>There are growing concerns that the quality of work and the performance of employees has declined as the result of lack of flexible work arrangement and career development of manufacturing firms in Ogun State, Nigeria.  This study investigated the effect of flexible work arrangement and career development on employee performance of selected manufacturing firms in Ogun state. A survey research design was used. The population was 26754. The sample size was 520. Data were analyzed using descriptive and simple linear regression. The findings revealed that flexible work arrangement (? = .954, t = 24.087, p < 0 xss=removed xss=removed>


Other Co-Authors