Human Resource and Leadership Journal 2022-12-28T12:22:23+03:00 Journal Admin Open Journal Systems <p>Human Resource and Leadership Journal is an internationally peer reviewed journal published by CARI. The journal is Published both online and printed version it has classical branches of human resource which are recruitment, selection and industrial relations. Also often remuneration and payroll, corporate social, investments and employee health and welfare component of leadership. The journal is of high factor and has vital insight information for scholar, human resource managers and auctioneers. <br />The journal prides itself in cheap and fast publication and is indexed in google scholar among other journal indexes. The journal promotes open access journal publishing. As far as research peer review is concerned, the journal applies double blind peer review process. This leads to high impact peer review and refereed research publications. This journal is considered to be one of the top academic journal publishers in the field of human resource and leadership. Due to the timely publication process, authors get academic research article peer review comments within 14 days. The journals welcomes research papers from all jurisdictions across the world.</p> Performance Management Practices and Productivity of Employees in the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, Kenya 2022-12-28T12:17:27+03:00 JANE ACHUCHI OKELLO SCHOLASTICA WAMWAYI WAMWAYI <p><strong>Purpose: </strong>The purpose of the study was to examine the influence of performance management practices on productivity of employees in the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, Kenya.</p> <p><strong>Methodology: </strong>This study used descriptive research design to collect both qualitative and quantitative data. The target population of this study was 350 officers drawn from various departments. The study used simple random sampling techniques to select from the list of departments, directorates and divisions to be included in the study. This study adopted Yamane (1967) sampling formula to calculate the sample size which provided the number of responses that should to be obtained. Therefore, the sample size for this study was 187 employees. The respondents for this study constituted heads of departments in the Ministry.</p> <p><strong>Findings: </strong>The study found that performance management practices significantly affect employee productivity in the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government in Kenya.</p> <p><strong>Unique Contribution to Theory, Policy and Practices: </strong>Based on the study findings, it was recommended that companies should encompass their training in all their activities in order to have competitive advantage. In addition, supervisors should oversee whether the work has been done appropriately in terms of procedures as it increases employee productivity. Furthermore, it was recommended that managers should attempt to minimize stress in organizations. The goals set by companies must be able to be broken into manageable simple actions achievable in the short term with the main focus on measurable, tangible results for each quarter.</p> 2022-12-28T00:00:00+03:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Human Resource and Leadership Journal