Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review

ISSN: 2223-5833

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Measuring Ergonomic Implementation from the Perspectives of Job Security,Job Stress and Job Satisfaction in Automotive System Industry


Yoshifumi H, Premkumar G and Manzuma-Ndaaba NM*

The desire to improve working conditions is gaining momentum as organizational performance strategy among firms operating under competitive market. Most firm particularly the large companies are involved in Ergonomic implementation to reduce employee attrition rate and also to improve organizational performance. This study aims to measure organizational performance from the perception of operator’s job security, job stress and job satisfaction. About 300 questionnaires were distributed to sampled respondents but only 225 representing 75% useable questionnaires were used for this analysis. SPSS version 17 was used to test for demographic, reliability, descriptive, correlation and multiple regression analyses. The result show positive relationships for the three variables to Ergonomic implementation. The implication support management initiatives to strengthen performance through good work environment. Management theory will also be enriching from the findings of this study. The study limitation and future study were recommended.


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