Relationship of Recognition and Staff Performance in Kenya School of Government Baringo Campus, Kenya

Naomi Ng’endo Muriuki, Catherine N. Munyua, Laban Musundi, Benard Julius RAJWAIS


Staff performance is a critical element in organization function and productivity. It is therefore paramount for the management to ensure that efforts and resources are directed towards ensuring that the human resources attain their full potential. This paper addresses the relationship of recognition on employee performance at the Kenya School of Government Baringo campus. The study employed ex-post facto research design which is a descriptive survey research design. The study population comprised of employees at various departments and sections. Stratified sampling technique was employed to select the required sample size of 23 respondents who were picked through simple random sampling technique. The departments at Kenya School of Government Baringo campus included: Administration, Catering/hospitality, Human resource, Security, Maintenance, Laundry, Library, Registry, Garden/farm, Transport, Research, Training, Accounts, ICT and Reception. A structured self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data. Descriptive statistics i.e percentages were used for data analysis using statistical Package for Social Scientist (SPSS) version 20.  Findings revealed that recognition has a strong relationship with the performance of employees at KSG Baringo campus.

Keywords: Recognition, Motivation, staff performance.


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