The Influence of Career Management to Perceived Job Performance of Bahrainis in Ebrahim Khalil Kanoo in the Kingdom of Bahrain
Like most organizations, EKK recognizes that career management is essential in achieving organizational objectives. In fact, it prides itself as one of the country’s best in terms of managing employee career growth. As well as it has an existing career management which been established from 1999 till now which is 20 years ago. However, it has been noted that there is yet a formal study conducted in EKK to assess the Influence of Career Management to Job Performance of Bahrainis. Thus, this study aims to assess the influence of Career Management Implementation to Perceived Job Performance of Bahrainis in Ebrahim Khalil Kanoo in the kingdom of Bahrain. The study utilized a descriptive research design involving 162 sampled respondents. The research made use of an adopted questionnaire as data gathering tool. The results of the study showed that over-all implementation of Career Management influences perceived employee performance. In addition, the study also found that among all dimensions of Career Management assessed in the study, Basic, Formal, Active Planning and Active Management Activities significantly influence Perceived Employee Performance. Finally, Multi-Directional Activity does not significantly influence perceived employee performance.
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