NIGERIA EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE ON TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND PERFORMANCE OF STATE OWNED TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN ENUGU STATE

Authors

  • Okonkwo, Adonai Okechukwu Prince Ph.D. Department of Business Administration, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Esut
  • Okafor, Ozoemena Christian Ph.D. Department of Marketing , Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Esut
  • Okolie, Jonathan Ibekwe Department of Business Administration, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Esut

Keywords:

Talent Management Practices, Employee Promotion, Employee Engagement, Leadership Development

Abstract

The study was on the effect talent management practices and performance of State Owned Tertiary Institutions in Enugu State. The specific objectives were to; examine the relationship between employee promotion and research output in state owned tertiary institutions in Enugu state, evaluate the relationship between employee engagement and meeting deadline in state owned tertiary institutions in Enugu state and determine the relationship between participatory leadership development and employees’ job satisfaction in state owned tertiary institutions in Enugu state. The study used the descriptive survey approach. The primary source of data was used.  The administration of questionnaire was utilized. A population of 2,025 staff of three selected tertiary institutions namely Esut, Escet and IMT Enugu and 344 was sample size was used using Yamane (1967) formula.  Data was presented and analyzed by mean score (3.0 and above a greed while below 3.0 disagreed) and standard deviation using Sprint Likert Scale. The hypotheses were analyzed using correlation statistics tool.  The findings revealed that employee promotion had positive relationship with research output in state owned tertiary institutions in Enugu state (r=95, n= 223) = .697 < 0.974, p<.05), employee engagement had positive relationship between with meeting deadline in state owned tertiary institutions in Enugu state (r= 95, n= 223)=. .533 < 0.958, p<.05) and participatory leadership development had positive relationship between with employee job satisfaction in state owned tertiary institutions in Enugu state r(95, n= 223)= .614 < 0.968, p<.05). The study concluded that talent management practices had positive relationship with performance of State owned tertiary institutions in Enugu State.  The study recommended that Academic staff should be encouraged to equip students with learning through working hard to enhance effective employee promotion in case of eventuality or some reasons.

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Published

2022-09-07

How to Cite

Okonkwo, A. O. P., Okafor, O. C., & Okolie, J. I. (2022). NIGERIA EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE ON TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND PERFORMANCE OF STATE OWNED TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN ENUGU STATE. European Journal of Marketing and Mangement Sciences, 5(5). Retrieved from https://aspjournals.org/Journals/index.php/ejmms/article/view/121

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