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The study investigated the moderating g effect of cyberloafing on employee’s innovative work behaviour (IWB) and how it affects their organization performance. To this, sample of the study comprised of 217 lecturers (faculties) from the three tertiary institutions located in the north-eastern Nigeria. Out of 217 questionnaires distributed, 196 were retrieved and 189 were considered for further analysis. This indicate 91.1 % response rate. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was conducted for this study using SmartPLS 3 algorithm to determine the structure of the research model and the hypotheses testing. Findings reveals negative moderating effects of lecturers cyberloafing activity between lectures innovative behaviour and dimensions of lecturer’s job performance.
Keywords: Cyberloafing, Innovative Work Behaviour, Performance, Lecturers, Tertiary Institutions