)90( questionnaires were distributed to a random sample of employees in the selected directorates by the simple random way. (75) The questionnaire was retrieved and (7) were excluded for lack of validity, and therefore the final sample contains (68) questionnaires, where the recovery rate reached 76%.

        To answer the study's questions and hypotheses, the data were analyzed using the SPSS, V.17, where the arithmetic mean the standard deviation, and the hypothesis was calculated. Pearson correlation coefficient was used to testify the hypotheses of the study and to verify the relationship between the dimensions of administrative and ethical practices with the performance of employees.

         This study concludes a number of results the most important of which is the existence of a statistically significant effect of administrative and ethical practices on the performance of employees in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission. Second, the administration provides training programs to develop skills and competencies among the employees. Third: the relationship between managers in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission is dominated by informal relations. Finally, the management method used in work leads to complete the work with high quality.

          The study recommended several recommendations. The study suggested to design management programs on the subjects of ethical and administrative practices done by managers, and encourage employees to exert maximum efforts in their work, by activating programs of incentives and rewards, in addition, to activate performance evaluation to encourage them to complete their work quickly and cost-effectively.

KEYWORDS: Ethical Practices, Management Practices, Performance of Employees, Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission.

"/> )90( questionnaires were distributed to a random sample of employees in the selected directorates by the simple random way. (75) The questionnaire was retrieved and (7) were excluded for lack of validity, and therefore the final sample contains (68) questionnaires, where the recovery rate reached 76%.

        To answer the study's questions and hypotheses, the data were analyzed using the SPSS, V.17, where the arithmetic mean the standard deviation, and the hypothesis was calculated. Pearson correlation coefficient was used to testify the hypotheses of the study and to verify the relationship between the dimensions of administrative and ethical practices with the performance of employees.

         This study concludes a number of results the most important of which is the existence of a statistically significant effect of administrative and ethical practices on the performance of employees in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission. Second, the administration provides training programs to develop skills and competencies among the employees. Third: the relationship between managers in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission is dominated by informal relations. Finally, the management method used in work leads to complete the work with high quality.

          The study recommended several recommendations. The study suggested to design management programs on the subjects of ethical and administrative practices done by managers, and encourage employees to exert maximum efforts in their work, by activating programs of incentives and rewards, in addition, to activate performance evaluation to encourage them to complete their work quickly and cost-effectively.

KEYWORDS: Ethical Practices, Management Practices, Performance of Employees, Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission.

"/> )90( questionnaires were distributed to a random sample of employees in the selected directorates by the simple random way. (75) The questionnaire was retrieved and (7) were excluded for lack of validity, and therefore the final sample contains (68) questionnaires, where the recovery rate reached 76%.

        To answer the study's questions and hypotheses, the data were analyzed using the SPSS, V.17, where the arithmetic mean the standard deviation, and the hypothesis was calculated. Pearson correlation coefficient was used to testify the hypotheses of the study and to verify the relationship between the dimensions of administrative and ethical practices with the performance of employees.

         This study concludes a number of results the most important of which is the existence of a statistically significant effect of administrative and ethical practices on the performance of employees in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission. Second, the administration provides training programs to develop skills and competencies among the employees. Third: the relationship between managers in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission is dominated by informal relations. Finally, the management method used in work leads to complete the work with high quality.

          The study recommended several recommendations. The study suggested to design management programs on the subjects of ethical and administrative practices done by managers, and encourage employees to exert maximum efforts in their work, by activating programs of incentives and rewards, in addition, to activate performance evaluation to encourage them to complete their work quickly and cost-effectively.

KEYWORDS: Ethical Practices, Management Practices, Performance of Employees, Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission.

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ADMINISTRATIVE AND ETHICAL PRACTICES AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYEES IN THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND BAPTISM SITE COMMISSION IN JORDAN


Abdelaziz Quftan Aladwan
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Abstract

         The main purpose of this study is to identify the impact of administrative and ethical practices on the performance of employees in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission. In order to achieve this goal, the researcher constructed a questionnaire as a tool for his study, )90( questionnaires were distributed to a random sample of employees in the selected directorates by the simple random way. (75) The questionnaire was retrieved and (7) were excluded for lack of validity, and therefore the final sample contains (68) questionnaires, where the recovery rate reached 76%.

        To answer the study's questions and hypotheses, the data were analyzed using the SPSS, V.17, where the arithmetic mean the standard deviation, and the hypothesis was calculated. Pearson correlation coefficient was used to testify the hypotheses of the study and to verify the relationship between the dimensions of administrative and ethical practices with the performance of employees.

         This study concludes a number of results the most important of which is the existence of a statistically significant effect of administrative and ethical practices on the performance of employees in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission. Second, the administration provides training programs to develop skills and competencies among the employees. Third: the relationship between managers in the Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission is dominated by informal relations. Finally, the management method used in work leads to complete the work with high quality.

          The study recommended several recommendations. The study suggested to design management programs on the subjects of ethical and administrative practices done by managers, and encourage employees to exert maximum efforts in their work, by activating programs of incentives and rewards, in addition, to activate performance evaluation to encourage them to complete their work quickly and cost-effectively.

KEYWORDS: Ethical Practices, Management Practices, Performance of Employees, Ministry of Tourism and Baptism Site Commission.

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EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review(JEBR)

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Vol : 7
Issue : 7
Month : July
Year : 2019
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