The Effect of Supervision on Employee Performance in Private Security Companies Case Study: Saracen Uganda Limited
Author: TWONGYERE FLORENTINA
Supervisor: Jacinta Bwegyeme Kobusingye , Peter Lugemwa
The study was conducted to examine the relationship between supervision and employee performance in Private Security Companies. The objective of the study was to investigate the effect of control on employee performance, to determine the influence of personal initiative on employee performance, to establish the influence of participation on employee performance and to examine the influence of bureaucracy on employee performance. Saracen Uganda Limited was used as the case study where sampling techniques were used to select a sample of 120 respondents. Qualitative and quantitative research methods were both used and data collected using questionnaires, interviews with it being analyzed using SPSS.
The study findings showed that there is a positive significant relationship (r = 0.371**, p < 0.01) between control and employee performance anda positive significant relationship (r = 0.746**, p < 0.01) between bureaucracy and employee performance. The study further showed that there is no significantrelationship (r = 0.191, p > 0.01) between personal initiative and employee performance and also no relationship (r = 0.057, p >0.01) between participation and employee performance
The findings revealed that control and bureaucracy significantly predict employee performancewhile personal initiative and participation do not predict employee performance.
The study recommended that the top management of Saracen Uganda Limitedshould ensure that thestaff is controlled and monitored and they follow all the required protocol and hierarchy so as to lead to performance improvement..