TITLE

Effects of Job Rotation Strategy on High Performance Workplace, in Lake Victoria North Water Services Board, Kenya

AUTHOR(S)
Tarus, Benjamin Kipchumba
PUB. DATE
November 2014
SOURCE
International Journal of Business & Management;Nov2014, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p139
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The study investigates job rotation as a strategy of high performance workplace in Lake Victoria North Water Services Board in Kenya. High Performance Workplace is very critical to an organization as it determines its profitability and given the need to sustain competitive advantage and to improve organizational performance, a number of organizations have adopted job rotation as a strategy to sustain their existence in the industry. The study utilized explanatory survey design, stratified sampling and simple random sampling in obtaining the respondents. Structural equation model was used for model specification and hypotheses testing. The results of the SEM indicated that job rotation significantly predicted high performance workplace (β=0.38, CR=5.938, p<0.001) thereby supporting prior research. The study contributed to development of measurement of variables, factor Reliability coefficients and job rotation model. The findings further indicate that organizations can improve performance by enhancing job rotation strategy.
ACCESSION #
99420622

 

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