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dc.contributor.authorYimam, Yiha
dc.identifier.citationYimam, Y. (2002). The Impact of Privatization on Employees (Particular Case in B.G.I Ethiopia Pvt.Ltd.Co.). Jimma University 45. Jimma: Jimma University.en
dc.description.abstractA cross-sectional employees based study was conducted in B.G.!. Ethiopia Pvt. Ltd. Co. head office in Addis Ababa to investigate the effect of privatization on employees of the company. This employee-based survey includes 30 among the total number of 295 employees currently working in the company. A close-ended questionnaire consisting of different questions as well as some open-ended questions was included in the questionnaire. The study found that, 28(93%) respondents in the sample taken provided with salary increment after privatization and among those who have got salary increment 13 (46%) accepted negatively that it is not in consideration to years of service, work load, risk level and other factors and the rest 8(29%) very good and 7(25%) partially good. 12(40%) responded for small number of employees currently and 6(20%) for great shortage of employees. The overall attitude of employees for privatization policy shows 9(30% )-good, 12(40%)- partially good and 9(30% )-bad. It has concluded that the company may enhance employees satisfaction and motivation level in making decisions which will critically consider employees rights and benefits.en
dc.description.sponsorshipJimma Universityen
dc.publisherJimma Universityen
dc.titleThe Impact of Privatization on Employees (Particular Case in B.G.I Ethiopia Pvt.Ltd.Co.)en
dc.rights.holderJimma Universityen

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