DIRECT EMPLOYEES PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING ON PRODUCTIVITY IN ACCESS BANK

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Dr. Babalola Olayemi Ogini
Olufunmilayo Arinola Akindowo

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Decision-making in organizations has been the domain of top management but without the participation of those on the lower treads of the ranking of management, yet they are the very ones expected to see to the implementation of these decisions, hence this study investigated employee participation in decision making on productivity in access bank. A cross-sectional survey research design was used, and the total population are 80 staff, while the sample size is 69 staff , To provide answers to research questions and the stated objectives, information gathered on all relevant variables were analyzed using descriptive (frequencies, percentage, mean, and standard deviation) and inferential (regression) statistics with the use of SPSS statistical packages version 20. The result of the analysis indicated employee participation influence the target of employees of access bank plc. The results of the analysis indicated that employee of access bank are more productive because they are part of the decision making process in their organization. It was revealed that direct employee participation in decision making has a significant relationship with deposit target with (F= 35.640, p<0.00), The following recommendations were suggested on the basis of the findings of the study and the conclusion agreed upon. Managers of companies in Nigeria should give a reasonable attention to employee participation in decision making because it’s has the ability to provide every opportunity to organization, Organisation should try to listen to their staff to that they can be more committed

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Dr. Babalola Olayemi Ogini, & Olufunmilayo Arinola Akindowo. (2021). DIRECT EMPLOYEES PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING ON PRODUCTIVITY IN ACCESS BANK. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 8(10), 81–90. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/4B35K
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