Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (GARJMBS) ISSN: 2315-5086 March 2015 Vol. 4(3), pp 121-126

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Original Research Articles

Effect of Optimum Communication and Staff Recognition on the Commitment of Sub-Ordinate Staff in Public Secondary Schools 

Charles Vincent Marumbu and Rispar Nandako Juma 

Department of Liberal Studies, Kisiwa Technical Training Institute, P.O.Box 846-50200, Bungoma, Kenya.Department of Business administration and management, Masinde Muliro university of Science and technology. P.O. Box 190-50100 Kakamega Kenya

Email: rnyukuri@yahoo.com 

Accepted 26 August 2014


Abstract

The purpose of this study was to assess the effective communication and recognition on the commitment of the sub-ordinate staff in secondary schools. This aspect bedevils optimum production by the non-teaching staff. The findings of this study are useful to the following groups of people and organizations: Ministry of Education in policy formulation on non teaching staff, School Boards of Governors on policy formulation and Human resource consultancy firms. Correlational research design in seeking the relationship between effective communication and recognition on the commitment of non teaching staff. Data collection instruments such as questionnaires and interview schedules were used. Descriptive statistics was used to analyze by way of percentages and ratios. Sufficiency of communication and recognition had a highly significant [p< 0.05] influence on commitment among the support staff. This study recommended that school stakeholders should provide adequate information and communication channels. 

Keywords: Optimum Communication, Staff Recognition, Commitment Of Sub Ordinate.

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