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- The Impact of Employee Participation in Decision Making on Organizational Productivity
- Conceptualizing Employee Participation in Organizations
- The Advantages of Employee Involvement in Decision Making
This research was designed to ascertain the impact of employee participation in management decision- making in an organization, using ANAMMCO Ltd as a case study. In order to test the hypothesis of the study structural questionnaires of fourteen 14 questions were returned back to the researcher.
The concept of employee participation is common to many different discipline areas in the social sciences. The form participation takes varies considerably depending on the discipline. On the one hand, it can relate to trade union representation through joint consultative committees and collective bargaining, to worker cooperatives or to legislation designed to provide channels for employee representatives to engage in some form of joint decision making with employers.
The Impact of Employee Participation in Decision Making on Organizational Productivity
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This study sought to assess the perceptions of members and non-members of quality circles with reference to their perceived degree of actual and desired participation in decision making. The sample comprised of non-supervisory employees from three manufacturing plants. The results indicate that the actual amount of perceived participation differed very little between QC and non-QC employees. Only in work related decisions did QC members indicate that they had some say or influence. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Bernstein, P.
Conceptualizing Employee Participation in Organizations
Box , Garissa, Kenya. The purpose of this study was to find out the impact of employee participation on organizational performance and to find out the moderating effect of organizational commitment on the relationship between employee participation and organizational performance. The study adopted descriptive survey research design. The findings of the study were that employee participation had a significant effect on organizational performance. The study further showed that affective commitment, continuance commitment and normative commitment moderated the relationship between employee participation and organizational performance. The 21st century business environment is fast paced and dynamic. Organizations are under pressure due to stiff competition.
According to [Noah, ] it is a special form of delegation in which the subordinate gain greater control, freedom of choice with respect to bridging the communication gap between the management and workers. The employee participation in the planning process leads to potential innovation, which may facilitates opportunity and recognition in the organization. Encourage more modern participative style of management raise employee productivity and satisfaction even with low compensation rates [Madison, Wisconsin, ]. Every organization seeks to improve and increase its performance level by providing learning opportunities to its workers Weiss et al. Organizations must perform at individual level to improve their performance of whole organizational.
This study examined the impact of employee participation in decision making on organizational performance using Government Owned Enterprises in Port-Harcourt, River State as a case study. The result from the research shows that employee participation in decision making has positive effect on organizational performance.
The Advantages of Employee Involvement in Decision Making
The solid foundation of any successful company is its people. Employees represent a source of knowledge and ideas, but oftentimes that resource remains untapped. Involving employees in the decision-making process not only empowers them to contribute to the success of an organization, but also saves the company time and money in increased productivity and reduced outsourcing. When employees are involved in making decisions, they gain a professional and personal stake in the organization and its overall success.
The specific objective of study is to include, to identify the extent employees participate in the study organization. To examine the impact of employees participation on organizational performance and to highlight some of the factor effecting workers participation in the decision making. Research questions were acquired and hypothesis formulated to help derive the study. The two major sources of data were used but the questionnaire is the most extensively used instrument. The study was essentially survey design.
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