AGE, GENDER, AND YEARS OF EXPERIENCES AS PREDICTORS OF JOB PERFORMANCE AMONG NON-ACADEMIC STAFF ADMINISTRATORS IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES


ABSTRACT

This study centers on how age, gender, and years of experiences predict job performance among non-academic staff administrators using Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun as case study. Job performance is among the most explored concepts in employee and organizational research (Igbaria and Shayo, 2007). There is, however, a lack of job performance research focused on university non-academic staff employees, a group many universities rely upon for the management of their daily operations. Using Tai Solarin University of Education as case study, the research adopts descriptive research survey to investigate age, gender, and years of experiences as predictors of job performance among non-academic staff administrators. Questionnaire will be developed to cover the research questions and hypotheses. A total of 40 respondents are to be used for the study. Chi Square statistical tool will be used for data analysis. Summary and conclusions are to be drawn from the research literature, research findings and data analysis. Recommendations are made in the final chapter.

Chapter One: Introduction

Over the years, higher education has experienced a major transformation in its overall complexity, diversity, and significance. Universities and colleges have had to adapt to a variety of issues and conditions that require higher education administrators to be innovative and resourceful when developing strategies that increase academic achievement and student learning. In order to balance internal and external pressures for student learning strategies it has become important that higher education administrators continue to explore what academic and administrative functions impact students on a university campus. Given these expectations for student learning, higher education administrators have developed, maintained, and enhanced institutional quality and effectiveness. Having administrators identify and evaluate what institutional programs and services create a social and intellectual environment for students helps to build a successful institutional climate and culture.

Chapter Two: Literature Review

This section begins with the theoretical framework and examines theories on job performance. It also examines the relationship between age and job performance; gender and job performance and, years of experience and job performance.

 

Chapter Three: Research Methodology

This chapter deals the methodology and the research instrument to be used in getting data for the study. This will study use descriptive survey type. The target population involves non-academic staff members of the university. The sample consists of forty (40) non-academic staff members randomly selected from the Tai Solarin University of Education. Questionnaire will be used as instrument for data collection. Chi-square analysis will be used to analyze the data collected.

Chapter Four: Data Analysis

In this chapter, the researcher will analyse the data collected for the research work and interpret it according to the research hypotheses formulated in chapter one.

Chapter Five: Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations

Summary and conclusions are to be drawn from the research literature, research findings and data analysis. Recommendations will be made in the final chapter.

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