Impact of ISO 22000:2005 on Job Performance Case of AIG and Harkous Chicken Group
Bilal Toufaili1, Ali Halawi2

1Bilal Toufaili, BIU, Beirut, Lebanon.
2Ali Halawi, BIU, Beirut, Lebanon.
Manuscript received on 08 May 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 19 May 2019 | Manuscript Published on 23 May 2019 | PP: 1115-1125 | Volume-7 Issue-6S5 April 2019 | Retrieval Number: F11890476S519/2019©BEIESP
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Abstract: The main topic of this paper discusses the importance of ISO22000, benefits and barriers along with its relation to job performance. The purpose of this study is to highlight the impact of ISO 22000 certificate in food organizations on the job performance of employees, that largely depends on the relationship between the supervisor or managers and the individual employee. Various data were collected using questionnaires and personal interviews with the administration of two food organizations. After analyzing data collected, the researcher considered that applying the system ISO 22000 has a great impact on the performance of individuals and organizations as well. The company must take into consideration all aspects when implementing ISO 22000, especially employees who are considered as the main member of the whole mechanism. The data analyzed showed that proper application of job performance management with suitable implementation of ISO 22000 certificate will enhance the organizational work. Employees mentioned that ISO 22000 interfered with their work where their job duties are more organized & clear on one side, also strict & hard on the other side. But they didn’t deny that they support the certificate and believed that it enhances their experience.
Keywords: ISO 22000, Job Performance, Food Organizations, Employees, Food Safety Systems.
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences