This paper presents evidence on the impact of water metabolism on metalwork craftsmen for effective job performance and productivity. This study was conducted on 60 electric arc welders, 40 panel beaters, 10 black smiths and 10 foundry workmen in Akoko land. In 120 individuals investigated were exposed to thermal stresses that need adequate water consumption for effective job performance and productivity. The inclusion criterion for this study was working in an environment that included a heating process. The study adopted a survey research design. The study used structured questionnaire as an Instrument for data collection to elicit the opinions from the respondents. The instrument was validated. The responses to the items were based on a four point scale, with numerical value of 4, 3, 2 and 1. Descriptive statistics was used to analyze the data collected from the study for answering the research question. The study was carried out in Akoko South West and Akoko South East Local Government Area of Ondo State. The population of this study comprised all 120 metalwork craftsmen. There was no sample all enter population of 120 was used. The findings of the study showed that the respondents agreed that water metabolism help in effective job performance and productivity. Based on findings and discussion, conclusions were drawn and recommendations made, among was that one should not wait until is thirsty to drink water.
by Akegbejo, David A. | Asaaju Raymond O. | Eludire Isaac I "Evaluate Impact of Water Metabolism on Metalwork Craftsmen for Effective Job Performance and Productivity"
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019,
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/strategic-management/21434/evaluate-impact-of-water-metabolism-on-metalwork-craftsmen-for-effective-job-performance-and-productivity/akegbejo-david-a
Water, Dehydration, Craftsmen, Job Performance