Influence of Staff Appraisal on Performance of Sub-county Administrators in Makueni County, Kenya
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of performance staff appraissalon performance of by Sub-County administrators in Makueni County. The objectives of the study were; to establish the extent to which training on performance appraisal influences performance of by Sub-County administrators, to establish the extent to which procedural justice influence performance of Sub-County administrators, to evaluate the influence of goal-setting on performance of Sub-County administrators and to establish the extent to which performance feedback influence performance of Sub-County administrators in Makueni County. The study adopted descriptive survey design. The target population for this study was all the 6 Sub-Counties in Makueni County, and 30 ward administrators. Census sampling was used to select the 6 Sub-County administrators and 26 ward administrators. The questionnaires were used as the main research instruments. Data was be analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics where multiple regression and correlation coefficient will be used. It was also revealed that there is a strong positive correlation r(1,29) = 0.851, P < 0.01, between staff training and performance of sub-county administrators, therefore is a strong positive correlation r (1, 29) = 0.63, P < 0.01, between procedural justice and performance of sub-county administrators. It was also revealed that there is a strong positive relationship r(1,29) = 0. 75, p<0.01, between goal setting and performance, there is a strong positive relationship r(1,29) = 0. 741,p<0.01 between feedback and performance. The recommendations of the study were that; the County government of Makueni should consistently train all sub-county and ward administrators on all aspects of performance contracting before appraising them, the Procedural justice should be followed to the latter by the sub-county administrators, the County government should involve the sub-county officers in goal so that they may understand and own the decision, and the appraiser should always give the report concerning appraisal immediately so as to make corrections where possible.
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