The relationship between the impacts of social networks on job performance at Majlis Daerah Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. /Nur Fitri Salsabila Haris

Haris, Nur Fitri Salsabila (2016) The relationship between the impacts of social networks on job performance at Majlis Daerah Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. /Nur Fitri Salsabila Haris. [Research Reports] (Unpublished)

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to examine the relationships between the impacts of social networks exploitation with the job performance and the impacts of social networks addiction with job performance. The study used stratified sampling to select the sample size of respondents from employees in Majlis Daerah at Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. Data collected on a structured questionnaire containing some demographic background of respondents, impacts of social networks and job performances. Then the data analyzed using descriptive statistical analysis, coefficient of reliability analysis and Pearson Correlation Coefficient analysis. Consistent with previous studies related to relationship between the impacts of social networks and job performance, the study showed that the impacts of social network addiction have no relationship between job performances. While, the impact of social networks exploitation have a positive relationship between job performance. The research has proven that one of the impact of social networking sites which is exploitation have a positive relationship with job performance. While, the impacts of social networks addiction have no relationship between job performance. As a conclusion, there is positive relationship between the impacts of social networks exploitation and job performance. It can be recommended that, for the future researcher can used qualitative research to be practised in order to capture more reliable measures findings by collected through case studies, interviews, and so on.

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