The Impact of Job Performance Enablers on Job Performance Capability: An Empirical Study on Kingdome of Saudi Arabia (KSA) Universities Located in Jeddah

  • Doaa Mirah Manchester Metropolitan University Business School,UK
  • Andrew Rowe, Dr. Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, UK
  • Carol Atkinson, Prof. Dr. Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, UK
  • Anna Sutton Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, UK

Abstract

The aim of this research is to explore the impact of talent management, organizational commitment, job satisfaction and job performance on enhancing job performance at universities in KSA. A total of 75 questionnaire containing 50 items was used to collect information from the respondents. Multiple regression analysis was conducted to test the research hypotheses. Results of the current study revealed that talent management and job satisfaction are not significant issues in achieving high job performance among lectures at universities in Saudi Arabia located in Jeddah. However, it is found that attaining organizational commitment amongst lecturers is important factor that influence job performance. However, the current study found that no significant difference in the impact of job performance enablers on job performance due to gender, age, and academic ranking; whereas a significant difference in the impact of job performance enablers on job performance


in related to experience occurred.

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2016-04-01
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MIRAH, Doaa et al. The Impact of Job Performance Enablers on Job Performance Capability: An Empirical Study on Kingdome of Saudi Arabia (KSA) Universities Located in Jeddah. Journal of Business & Management (COES&RJ-JBM), [S.l.], v. 4, p. 72-92, apr. 2016. ISSN 2306-7179. Available at: <http://centreofexcellence.net/index.php/JBM/article/view/jbm.2016.4.2.72.92>. Date accessed: 20 july 2019.
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