Factors impacting on employee performance: a case study ofthe Royal Swaziland police service
Mabila, Ndiphethe Olive
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Copyright: 2015. Virtus Interpress. Due to copyright restrictions, only the abstract is available. For access to the full text item, please consult the publisher's website. The definitive version of the work is published in Journal of Governance and Regulation, Vol 4, Issue 3, 201-211 http://www.virtusinterpress.org/FACTORS-IMPACTING-ON-EMPLOYEE.html
The principal challenge for most organisations is to ensure that the performance of employees will result in the effectiveness and success of any organisation. The Royal Swaziland Police Service (RSPS), in order to differentiate itself from other organisations and ensure survival effectiveness and competitiveness, must render services of high quality. The key findings of the RSPS study suggest that the most positive factors of job satisfaction are receiving respect from the community and relations with colleagues, while the negative aspects are that salaries are not equal to effort put into the job and fear of victimization after voicing a personal opinion.
Dorasamy, N. and Mabila, N.O. 2015. Factors impacting on employee performance: a case study ofthe Royal Swaziland police service. Journal of Governance and Regulation. 4(3): 201-211.