Public Service Reforms and Employee Performance in Selected Public Service Organizations in Anambra State
Ezieke Anthea Ogochukwu and Onuorah, A. N
DOI : 10.36344/CCIJEMMS.2019.v01i06.001 | Cross Current Int J Econ Manag Media Stud, 2019; 1(6): 141-148
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This research examined public service reforms and employee performance in public service organizations in Anambra State. The study employed descriptive research design and questionnaire was the major instrument for data collection. A total of one hundred and ninety three (193) staff from selected public service organizations in Anambra state made up the population of the study and complete enumeration was adopted. Spearman Product Correlation was used to analyse the data. The findings revealed that there is significant but weak relationship between monetization of fringe benefits and employee commitment in public organization. Analysis also showed that there is significant relationship between capacity building and employee job satisfaction in public service organization. It is therefore concluded that an efficient public service, acts as catalyst in the development of nations and to be at utmost performance, employee of government institutions need to be motivated in quantifiable and non-quantifiable attributes to ensure increase in performance. Hence, it was recommended that economic revelation of the policy should be encouraged. The three tiers of government should allocate a sizeable proportion of their annual budget to capacity building efforts in all critical sectors of the economy so as to effectively meet up with the man power demands.