Teamwork and Employee Performance in The bonny Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Plant
Dr. Mba Okechukwu Agwu

The paper discussed teamworkand employee performance in the bonny Nigeria liquefied natural gas plant. Itviews teamworkas work groups with a common purpose for the achievement of specific goals/tasks. It assumes thatteamworkcan expand the output of individual employees’ through collaboration. The research question addressed the extent of the relationship between teamworkand employee performance (increased employee motivation/commitment and productivity) in the bonny NLNG plant. The place of study is the bonny NLNG plant while the duration of study is between September, 2014 and August, 2015. A descriptive research design was used in executing the study, using 370 randomly selected NLNG plant operators for questionnaire administration. The sample size of 370 was determined from a population of 4,895plant operators using Yamane 1964 sample size determination formula at 5% level of significance for sampling error. Data collected were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. Results from the data analysis indicated that significant relationship exists between teamwork and employee performance in the bonny NLNG plant thus recommends: sustenanceof current team building efforts, regular appraisal of employees’ job skill requirements, and regular staff training/development, regular and regular improvement of employees’ condition of service.

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