Organizational Cynicism and Employee Performance of Logistics Companies in Southwest Nigeria

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Citation: Dimgba Chidinma M., Ikon Micheal A., and  Faith Chidi Onwuchekwa (2022) Organizational Cynicism and Employee Performance of Logistics Companies in Southwest Nigeria, European Journal of Business and Innovation Research, Vol.10, No.1, pp. 18-34,

Abstract: The broad objective is to ascertain the extent of relationship between Organizational Cynicism and Employee Performance of Logistics Companies in South West, Nigeria. The specific objective is to ascertain the extent of relationship between workplace bullying and Employee Turnover. The study was anchored on Social Exchange theory and Conservation of Resources Theory propounded by Stevan Hobfoll in (1989). Sixty Haulage Logistics Companies was selected from Lagos, Oyo and Ogun, the Population of the Study is 4,560, sample size of 380 and Pearson Moment Correlations Co-efficient was used to analyze the data. It was revealed through the findings that there is a significant positive relationship between Workplace Bullying and Employee Turnover since (Cal.r.602 >Crit.r.087). The study concludes that Organizational Cynicism  have a significant positive relationship with Employee Performance and the study recommends that, logistics companies should put a control measure in place to checkmate workplace bullying so as to reduce cynicism.

Keywords: Employee Performance, organizational cynicism

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37745/ejbir.13/vol10no1pp.18-33

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 18-33 (Download PDF)

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