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THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY(A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO ENUGU)

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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. Method / Findings: In order to test the hypothesis of the study structural questionnaires of fourteen (14) questions were returned back to the researcher. The questionnaire was designed to include questions that will reflect the statement of problems of the research hypothesis. By adopting a Chi-square test statistics to determine whether the relationship between the independent and dependent variables is statistically significant at an Alpha level of 0.05. it was observed that: i. In the case of hypothesis 1, the research findings indicated that the management of MB-ANAMMCO Limited does not encourage employee’s participation in decision-making. This null hypothesis was accepted. ii. The result of the study for hypothesis 2, accepted the null hypothesis, which implied that low level of employee participation in decision making. Non-participation of employees in decision-making did not cause a decline in productivity in MB-ANAMMCO Ltd

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