THE EFFECT OF WORKING CONDITIONS ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN SOME MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN MOGADISHU SOMALIA.
Purpose: This study examines the effects of working condition on employee productivity in manufacturing firms, including work hours, workload, and training, and whether there is an influence of working conditions on employee productivity in Mogadishu manufacturing companies. Design/methodology/approach: The researcher employed self-administered questionnaire. 172 respondents from the specified industrial enterprises in Mogadishu, Somalia were collected and analyzed using SPSS version 25. Furthermore, the study only looked at three working conditions; nevertheless, other factors may have an impact on employee performance. Findings: The study's findings have successfully confirmed that the study's key objectives were met. Furthermore, at manufacturing enterprises in Mogadishu, Somalia, the three determinants of working conditions have a beneficial effect on employee productivity. Practical Implications: This study assumed to provide fresh insights for the working condition in manufacturing companies in Mogadishu Somalia. Moreover, the study emphasis the level of manufacturing employees and their needs in training and development. Originality/value: This study highlights the practical knowledge of employees working conditions and provides contribution to the literature sources. It fills the gaps between the literatures by providing the great clarity in workers working conditions in manufacturing sector.
Working conditions, working hours, workload, Performance, Training