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Go Back       Himalayan Journal of Economics and Business Management | Volume:4 Issue:3 | May 29, 2023
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DOI : 10.47310/Hjebm.2023.v04i03.012       Download PDF       HTML       XML

Effect of Employees Retention and Engagement on Organizational Sustainability: Evidence from Civil Maintenace Firms in Bonny Island Portharcourt. Rivers State Nigeria


Cassius A. Ogar, Ph.D

Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Cross River State (UNICROSS)


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Cassius A. Ogar, Ph.D

Article History

Received: 20.05.2023

Accepted: 25.05.2023

Published: 30.05.2023


Abstract: The paper x-rayed the Effect of Employees Retention and Engagement on Organizational Sustainability: Evidence from civil maintenance firms in Bonny Island, Rivers State Nigeria. The main objective of the study was to examine the relationship between compensation and benefits and emotional engagement of civil maintenance firms. One of the research questions seek to understand the relationship between compensation and benefits and emotional engagement of employees. Four hypotheses were formulated by the researcher which included: there is no significant relationship between compensation and benefits and emotional engagement of employees in an organization. The study adopted an exploration research design with a survey strategy and a positivist epistemology. Being a cross sectional study, the researcher adopted a quantitative research approach. Furthermore, Closed-ended questionnaire were administered. The population of the study was made up of 1330 staff across nine civil maintenance firms in Bonny Island. The Taro Yamane formula was applied to arrive at the sample size of 308 respondents in the study, while the simple random sampling technique was adapted in administer the instrument of study. The correlation co-efficient technique was used as statistical tool to test the hypotheses of the study. Key finding of the study revealed that there is a positive relationship between compensation and benefits and physical engagement of civil maintenance firms. The researcher therefore recommends that for staff to be retained in all civil maintenance firms, staff welfare in the form of adequate compensation and other fringe benefits should be paid as at when due.


Keywords: Employee, Engagement, Retention, Performance and Organization



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