EFFECTS OF JOB SECURITY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYEES IN FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE (FIRS), ABUJA

Authors

  • Ndulue Ifeyinwa Theresa (PhD) University of Abuja, Nigeria

Keywords:

Assurance of job, attitude to work, job security, performance, productivity

Abstract

When employees become confident that their jobs are secured, protected and cannot be dismissed arbitrarily, their attitude to work could become a threat to their productivity as well as a threat to their ability to meeting work deadlines and some employees in Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Abuja have battled with this, and this has in turn pose a threat to attainment of organizational set targets in the organization. The study examined the effects of job security on the performance of employees in Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Abuja. In view of the above cause, data was collected from both primary and secondary sources. The population of the study is one thousand five hundred and fifty one (1551) and 318 copies of questionnaire were administered to the respondents and 254 copies of questionnaire were returned successfully which was used as the bases for the research analysis. Pearson moment of correlation was the tool of analysis used. The research findings revealed that there is a strong positive relationship between Job security and employees’ performance in Federal Inland Revenue Service, Abuja.

Author Biography

Ndulue Ifeyinwa Theresa (PhD), University of Abuja, Nigeria

Department Of Business Administration
University of Abuja, Nigeria

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Published

2024-01-29

How to Cite

Ndulue, I. T. (2024). EFFECTS OF JOB SECURITY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYEES IN FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE (FIRS), ABUJA. FUW-International Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 9(1), 156–174. Retrieved from https://fuw-ijmss.com.ng/index.php/fijmss/article/view/70