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- The Impact of Employee Participation in Decision Making on Organizational Productivity
- EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ITS EFFECT ON JOB SATISFACTION
- Conceptualizing Employee Participation in Organizations
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The Impact of Employee Participation in Decision Making on Organizational Productivity
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. On the other hand, it can encompass myriad mechanisms that employers introduce in order to provide information to their staff or to offer them the chance to engage in joint problem-solving groups or use their skills at work via job-enrichment programmes. This article examines the dynamics of participation, illustrating how different forms have come to prominence at different periods in recent history. It looks at how these specific practices might interact with one another. Keywords: employee participation , trade union , collective bargaining , problem-solving groups , job enrichment.
EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ITS EFFECT ON JOB SATISFACTION
The core objective of this research is to determine the effects of participation in decision making on employee satisfaction among Afghanistan International Bank staff members. The study also examines the impact of employee commitment, organizational structure, leader behavior, academic level, and workplace on the job satisfaction of the staff. The importance of collaborative management empowering the member of the workforce today is one of the core tasks of managers. The information gathered in this study consists of primary data and secondary data including articles, previous research, and websites. SPSS 24 software was used to analyze the information. Regression analysis was used to accept or reject the hypotheses and determine the relationship between personnel participation in decision making and job satisfaction.
Show all documents Face-to-face PDM: The combination of high individualism and low power distance gives way to face-to-face interaction. Face to-face PDM is a direct superior-subordinate interaction; thus, the employees rather than their representatives are involved in decision - making process. However, employees who are necessarily involved are those who possess the needed knowledge and information not possessed by the superior. Employee training is based on various reasons which could be detrimental to the overall objective of the organization. The sample size was determined using Yamane formula. A sample size of was drawn.
Conceptualizing Employee Participation in Organizations
More about this item Keywords Corporate performance ; decision making ; participation ; employees. Statistics Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. You can help correct errors and omissions.
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.
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, ].