Job security and employee performance in a selected funded local NGO, Rwanda: a case of A.E.E Rwanda

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management
As purpose, this thesis explores what extent the employees in local NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) are secured and the impact of this security on their performance in their organization. In addition, this research generated and validated new information that will serve more to improve employees' job security and employee’s performance in Rwandese local NGOs. The objectives were to determine the level of job security in the selected Rwandese local NGO, examine if the selected local NGO apply employees' performance improvement techniques in Rwanda, and determine the level of employees' performance in the selected Rwandese local NGO and to establish the significant relationship between the job security and employee performance in the selected NGO in Rwanda. Concerning the research design, the aim of the study was to find out how two variables (job security and employees performance) relate or differ. That is why a descriptive survey design especially descriptive comparative and descriptive correlation strategies have been used. The targeted group was 132 technical/ field employees. This study employed descriptive, comparative, correlational and quantitative research design. A researcher devised questionnaire, was used to collect primary data from a sample of 114 respondents derived from a population of 132 technical/field employees, using a purposive sampling procedure. Generally, the finding have given out the details about either the job security or the employee’s performance in the selected NGO so that you can refer on them to diagnose clearly the problem and decide what next step. This security has a great impact on performance as they both move in the same direction. As a conclusion on this topic, it is better to valorize the manpower and ensure the job security for raising the employees’ performance. That is why as recommendation; the employees has to complain for their rights. Their superiors have to valorize them by fulfilling their attributions and satisfy their needs to help them improve their performance.
A thesis presented to the College of Higher Degrees and Research Kampala International University Kampala, Uganda in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree in Master of Business Administration
Job Security, Employee Performance