Effect Of Team Work On Job Satisfaction At Kenya Power Pension Fund
This study was geared towards investigating the effect of team work on job satisfaction at Kenya Power Pension Fund. To achieve the objective of the study, the study adopted a descriptive survey design to determine the effect of team work on job satisfaction. The target population of the study included the 52 staff (managers and non-managers) of Kenya Power Pension Fund. The study used primary data which was collected by a semi-structured questionnaire. The data was collected from managers and non-managers using a drop and pick- later method. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and regression analysis. The study found out that there is a significant relationship between Job Satisfaction and team Communication and a unit increase in team communication leads to an increase in the Job Satisfaction. It further established that leaders support collaboration by coordinating the efforts of team members and encouraging team members to speak their minds. The study also established that diversity promotes creativity and innovation and raise awareness of and respect for differences and also a unit increase in team size leads to an increase in Job Satisfaction. The study therefore recommends that all team members should be on the same page with respect to targets, responsibilities and timelines and teams should develop an effective method of communication so as to improve job satisfaction. The study therefore suggest other studies on other Pension strategies to be done to avail information on Pension strategies.
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