THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN GOOD GOVERNANCE PRACTICES, WORKPLACE FRIENDSHIP AND EMPLOYEES’ TASK PERFORMANCESubmitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sat, 08/19/2017 - 07:00
The purpose of this study was to assess Good Governance Practices, Employee’s Workplace Friendship and Task Performance of the University. A sample of 338 employees (both academics and supportive) were randomly selected. Adapted standard research instruments were used. The result of the findings show that a significant number (41%) of respondents confirmed that as they did not perceive Good Governance Practices in the University. 68% of employee is not satisfied with their Workplace Friendship. On the other hand, 64% of them admitted as their own Task Performance is good. The lack of good governance practices resulted in less workplace friendship between employees and as well as did not unnecessary effect of the job performance of employees.