Time management among Jordanian university libraries personnel and its impact on Job performance

Mohammad Khair " Saleem Abu Zaid, Rebhi M. Alian

Abstract


The current study aimed at investigating the impact of personality and job variables on time management. In addition, the study aimed at investigating the direct impact of time management on job performance, and the indirect impact through perceived control of time. The study sample consisted of (214) employees working in Jordanian university libraries. The sample was randomly selected and surveyed. For the purpose of this study, a questionnaire was developed and tested for its validity and reliability. Several data analysis techniques were used to analyze data and testing the hypothesis as analysis of variance, simple and multiple regression. The results of the study revealed that, the respondents have a high level of time management skills on all dimensions of time management. Indeed, the study indicated time management differences according to specialization, experience, job level and education level. Finally, the results revealed that there is a direct impact of time management on job performance and indirect impact through perceived control of time.

Keywords


Time Management, Job Performance, Perceived Control of Time Jordanian University Libraries

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