Perceived influence of organizational structure on employee citizenship behaviour at Vivo energy Kenya
A study was conducted to determine the perceived influence of organizational structure on ECB at Vivo Energy Kenya. The research design involved a descriptive survey since it focused on many employees within Vivo Energy Kenya. Data was collected using a questionnaire that was administered through drop and pick later method. Percentages and frequencies were used to analyze the objective whereas chi square was used to analyze the relationship between organizational structure and employee citizenship behavior. The findings were presented in tables and pie charts. The study established that Vivo Energy had an organic structure which had been introduced in the year 2012.1t was evident that the association between organizational structure and employee citizenship behavior was strong and significant (X2=14.4, P<0.05, df=3).The respondents perceived organic structure as most appropriate for promoting organizational citizenship behavior. Further research on the same study can be done in other organizations similar to Vivo Energy Kenya to establish whether there is any association between organizational structure and employee citizenship behavior. The study recommends training and development programs on ECB to educate employees on the importance of practicing ECB. Organizational management is required to provide an enabling environment through providing facilities to enhance ECB and leading by example.