The Effect of Job Insecurity on Employee Task and Contextual Performance among Employee of Fidelity Bank Katsina

Munir Shehu Mashi, Abdulrahaman Abdulrazaq Morenikeji, Nasiru Iliya

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The study investigated the effect of job insecurity on employee task and contextual performance among employee of Fidelity Bank Katsina. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researchers made use of research questionnaire, which was designed and distributed to the respondents. SPSS and SmartPLS were used to analyze the data collected. The finding shows that job insecurity has a significant negative effect with task and contextual performance. In view of the above findings, the study recommends that: (1) managers should introduce other ways to increase employees’ satisfaction and commitment in preventing job insecurity which reduced employee task and contextual performance. This can be achieved by proving clear organizational communication or by employees’ participation in to decision making. (2) It is crucial to organization to communicate with workers about major changes that may or may not happen in the banking industry.

 


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Job insecurity, task performance, contextual performance, Fidelity Bank Katsina

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