ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE ON ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY IN SOME SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS IN NIGERIA
- employee performance,
- organizational productivity,
- public and private sectors
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The issue of employee performance remains a significant challenge for modern organizations worldwide, especially in the public sector, where high productivity directly impacts the growth, stability, and long-term success of the organizations. To stay competitive and increase organizational productivity levels, organizations must ensure that their workers are sufficiently motivated to give their best performance. This study examined the effect of employee performance on organizational productivity in some selected public and private sectors in Nigeria. The study adopted the Expectancy Theory of Motivation as its theoretical foundation. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were used in generating data for the study with the consideration of structured questionnaires and in-depth interviews as the primary source of data.