Work Environment and Organizational Learning as Key Drivers of Employee Productivity: Evidence from Higher Education Sector

Jalal Hanaysha

Abstract


Improving employee productivity is one of the main objectives for any organization. This is because high employee productivity can lead to positive organizational outcomes. This study aims to examine the effects of work environment and organizational learning on employee productivity in higher education sector. The data was collected using a survey instrument from 242 employees at public universities in northern Malaysia. The collected data was then coded and analysed using SPSS and structural equation modelling (AMOS). The findings indicated that work environment had significant positive effect on employee productivity. The findings also indicated that organizational learning had significant positive effect on employee productivity. These results provide beneficial suggestions for policy makers to formulate the relevant strategies in terms of work environment and organizational learning for the purpose of improving the productivity of employees to achieve competitive advantages and favourable organizational outcomes.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v6i2.9203

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