Journal of Management Information and Decision Sciences (Print ISSN: 1524-7252; Online ISSN: 1532-5806)


How Crisis Incident and Post-Crisis Management Affect Employees' Performance at Oil and Gas Industry in Yemen

Author(s): Saad Darwish, Ghadah Mansoor Al-Ariki, Mohammed Saleh Al-Abed

This research will explore incident crisis management and post-crisis management on employees' performance in the Yemeni gas and oil industry. The research used a descriptiveanalytical approach, with data gathered from six oil and gas companies where the researchers conducted a survey using questionnaires items. The response rate was 74.23per cent, and statistics showed that out of 351 participants, 268 responded. Additionally, examined reliability using the Cronbach's Alpha test resulted in an outstanding reliability outcome of.906. The findings indicate a significant relationship between crisis incident management, post-crisis management and employees' performance. However, there is no significant effect among crisis incident management and employees' performance; instead, there is a significant effect among post-crisis management and employees' performance. Although this research faced some limitations, the researcher managed to cover Yemen's oil and gas companies. Therefore, companies covered by this research should make appropriate adjustments on how they react to potential crises. Furthermore, they should invest in the latest innovative technologies accessible to identify early warning signs to avoid catastrophic mishaps.

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