Supervisory support and Performance of Employees: A case of Clerke Group Limited, Uganda
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This study examined the influence supervisory support has on employee performance. The study was guided by three objectives that is; to investigate how mentorship and counselling influence employee performance at Clarke Group Limited, to examine how staff appraisals influence employee performance at Clarke Group Limited and to establish the extent to which feedback to employees influences employee performance at Clarke group limited. The data was described using logistic regression and this regression was also used to explain the association between the two variables with Supervisory support being the independent variable and employee performance the dependent variable. Data for this study was obtained from the Clarke Group farm, the School site under construction and Clarke Junior School. The research findings indicate that; the majority of the respondents agree that supervisory support in terms of mentorship and counselling, staff appraisals and feedback to indeed influence their performance positively. The research findings also indicate that some of the attributes of supervisory support are more effective than others when it comes to positively influencing performance. It was concluded that despite some attributes influencing performance more positively than others it was also is also important to note that the several attributes combined do go a long way in influencing performance since they feed into each other.