Performance Management and Employees’ Engagement in Selected Brewery Firms in the South-East Nigeria

Hope Ngozi Nzewi, Obi Ekene, Agu Emeka Raphael


Brewing firms in Eastern part of Nigeria are striving to increase their performance and managers have been grappling with the challenge of putting their company ahead of competitors. The study examined the relationship between performance management and employees’ engagement in selected Brewery Firms in the South East Nigeria. A survey research design was adopted. A sample of 400 respondents was selected from the population size of 1935 using Taro Yamani Formula. A 25-item questionnaire with close ended questions was used for data collection. Pearson correlation was used for data analysis. Finding showed that there is a significant positive relationship between performance planning and employees’ commitment on the one hand, and a significant positive relationship between performance development and employees’ job satisfaction on the other hand in the selected brewing firms. The study recommended that organizations should put in more effort, time and resources in planning the performance of their employees, so as to enable employees to know what is expected of them since it is embedded in the planning stage.

Keywords: Performance Management, Employees’ Engagement, Job Satisfaction, Employees’ Commitment

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