THE ROLE OF ACCOUNTABILITY ENVIRONMENTS ON EMPLOYEE EFFORT AND PERFORMANCE
Keywords:Accountability, employ efforts, performance, Pakistan, secondary schools
The function of accountability in the workplace is studied in this paper. The requirement to justify or defend one's behavior in front of an evaluator with possible reward or sanction ability is characterized as accountability (Frink & Klimoski, 1998). While there is a growing body of study on employee accountability, more attention has to be paid to understanding how the accountability situation at work influences employee effort and performance. The relationship between the characteristics of the accountability environment, employee effort, and performance is empirically supported in this research. Management implications and future research are discussed.
Keywords: Accountability, employ efforts, performance, Pakistan, secondary schools
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