Job Rotation and Performance of Technical University Administrative Staff

Iddrisu Yakubu, Mohammed Majeed


Mastering the roles of all aspects of an organization is contingent on job rotation. This paper focused on the impact of Job Rotation and Performance on higher educational institutions. The study used stratified sampling technique, quantitative approach, and descriptive design for primary data collection and analysis by SPSS. The outcome of the research confirmed that, job rotation impacts on organizational performance. The aspects that led to the performance were: removal of job stress, employee retention, increase expertise, applying experience on the job amongst others. The performance was measured by the efficiency, productivity, quality, but rejected profitability as a measure in higher educational institutions. It was concluded that job rotation impacts positively but favourably with organizational performance.

Keywords: Job Rotation, Performance, Tamale Technical University, Higher Educational Institutions

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