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JOB ROTATION AND EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION: A CASE OF SMALL ICT FIRMS IN NAIROBI KENYA

Teresia K. Linge

Abstract


This study explored how job rotation affects employee motivation. The population of the study consisted of 90 employees who worked in small ICT firms in Nairobi. Simple random sampling was applied to select a sample size of 45 employees. A structured questionnaire was used as a data collection tool. The data analysis involved descriptive statistics and also, Chi Square test which was computed to determine the relationship between job rotation and employee motivation. The results showed that there was a significant association between job rotation and employee motivation.

 Key words: Job Rotation, Employee Motivation, Extrinsic Motivation, Intrinsic Motivation




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