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Hellen N. Mugambi
Kenya Methodist University (KeMU)

CITATION: Mugambi, N. H. Influence of Knowledge in Performance Contracting on Acceptance of Performance Contracting Among Secondary School Teachers in Meru Central District. International Journal of Human Resource and Procurement. 4, (6), 7-34. 2015.


The study sought to determine the influence of performance contracting knowledge on acceptance of performance contracting among secondary schools teachers in Meru Central District. If the performance of an employee is not quantified, one cannot be certain that there is any value gained from employee employment. Measuring performance is a key strategy for organizational success.  To achieve this objective, descriptive research design was employed. The study covered all the twenty one (21) public secondary schools in Meru Central District. The target population was all the government employed teachers within Meru Central District. A sample of thirty per cent (30%) of teachers was picked from the said schools, giving a total of seventy three respondents. The study used structured questionnaires to collect data. The data was analysed using descriptive and inferential statistics. Results were presented in charts, graphs and tables. The study findings indicated that knowledge in performance contracting greatly determined acceptance of performance contracting among secondary school teachers in Meru Central District. The study concluded that teachers had inadequate knowledge of performance contracting. Further, the study concluded that there exists a positive significant relationship between knowledge of performance contracting and acceptance of performance contracting among secondary teachers in Meru Central District.

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