INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TIME MANAGEMENT AND JOB PERFORMANCE (CASE STUDY: FACULTY MEMBERS OF TAKHAR UNIVERSITY)
The purpose of this article is to investigate the relationship between time management and Job performance of faculty members at Takhar University. This study is an applied research in terms of purpose and a descriptive correlation study in terms of method. All faculty members of Takhar University constitute the statistical population of this study. From the total population of the study (N=169), 118 persons were selected using simple random sampling method and Cochran formula with 95% confidence level and 5% sampling error. Two standard questionnaires were used to collect the research data, including Britton and Tesser's (1991) Time Management Questionnaire and Heresy & Goldsmith's (1981) Work Performance Questionnaire .The reliability of the questionnaires was calculated using the Cronbach's alpha coefficient method. The Cronbach's alpha value for the first and second questionnaires was 0.85% and 0.87%, respectively. The scoring of the questions in these two questionnaires was done with a five-point Likert scale. Data were analyzed at the inferential level. At the inferential level of analysis (Pearson's correlation coefficient and multivariate regression coefficient) were used. The SPSS/25 software was used for data analysis. The research findings showed that the relationship between time management and job performance is significant at the 0.0001 level. The relationship between short-term planning and job performance was calculated to be positive and significant and high, and the related hypothesis was confirmed at the 95% confidence level. The relationship between long-term planning and job performance was calculated to be positive and significant and weak, and the related hypothesis was confirmed at the 95% confidence level. The relationship between attitude towards time and job performance was not calculated to be positive and significant, and the research hypothesis was rejected with a confidence level of 95% and the opposite hypothesis was confirmed.
Time, Management, Time management, Performance, Job