The influence of employee orientation on employee performance in healthcare sector in Kisii County
Nancy Kerubo Nyaribo, Erick Onsongo and Elijah Maronga
The Kenyan government more especially the county governments have faced several human resource challenges in devolved government services, including employee turnover and improper management of health workers. The study sought to establish the influence of employee orientation on employee performance in healthcare sectors in Kisii County. The study adopted a survey research design with simple random sampling and purposive sampling techniques used identifying respondents for the study. The target population consisted of 498 employees in the Sub-County hospitals in Kisii County. The study sample involved 222 employees. Data analysis was done using SPSS version 25. The data was presented in the form of graphs and tables. The results indicated that there is a positive relationship between employee orientation and employee performance with correlation (r =0.376) with a sample size of N=200. Any change in employee orientation causes a positive correlation value of (0.376) unit change in employee performance. The relationship is statistically significant at Pvalue< (0.01).