Efficiency Assessment and Corporate Sustainability of Banks in Port Harcourt

Ukpong Uwem Johnson, Simon Emmanuel Hart, Chinyere Emeka Maduabuchi, Dagogo Eli Legg-Jack

Abstract


This study sought to examine the relationship between Efficiency assessment and corporate sustainability of banks in Port Harcourt.
The population for the study was a total of 146 senior management and supervisors of 10 selected banks in Port Harcourt. The sample size of 103 respondents was finally used for data analysis. Based on the findings. We recommended that, the design and growth of efficiency assessment systems should be transparent and follow formats which clearly identify what is expected from the worker and how deviations from expectations are to be managed or corrected Performance measurement should emphasize on outcomes and goals of objectives of the organization. Such specifications should guide what is expected of the workers and the extent to which their performance matches with the requirement. And that consideration should also be given to other performance assessment measures such as relationship with others (interpersonal) as it is evident that support and relational leveraging is critical to the performance of the workers and in the actualization of corporate sustainability.


Keywords


Efficiency Assessment, Corporate Sustainability, Deposit Money Banks

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