JOB ENRICHMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR OF BREWING FIRMS IN SOUTH EAST, NIGERIA
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This research focuses on organizational citizenship behaviour and job enrichment in brewing firms in South-East Nigeria. Examining the link between organizational citizenship behaviour and job enrichment is the study's main goal. The specific goals were to investigate the connections between employees' diversity of employees' involvement in decision-making and sportsmanship, employees' growth and civic virtue, employees' autonomy and courtesy. The Two-Factor Theory (Motivator and Hygiene Factors) and Social Exchange Theory were the theories that were embraced. The study used a descriptive survey research design approach. The study's population consisted of 2131 workers from five breweries in South-East Nigeria. The sample size was set at 326 using the Cochran formula (1963). A five-point Likert-style survey was used to gather the data. The hypotheses were tested using Spearman's correlation coefficient, and the level of significance between the independent and dependent variables was ascertained using the one sample test model which was made feasible with the help of IBM SPSS version 25. The study found a strong positive association between job enrichment and organizational citizenship behaviour.