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TitleThe Effect of the Role of Social Partners on the Performance of State Corporations in Kenya
AuthorS Nzioki
AbstractThe study sought to establish the effect of the role of social partners on the performance of state corporations in Kenya. Methodology: Data was obtained through a descriptive design involving 279 employees both unionized and non- unionized of state corporations in Nairobi County. A structured questionnaire with likert scale questions was used to collect data from the selected subjects of the study. Interviews were also conducted with human resource managers/ employee relations officers, shop floor union officials, officers of the Ministry of Labour, officers of Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE), officers of Central Organizations of Trade Unions, Kenya (COTU). The study was supported by the Dunlop’s systems model. The output of the system’s approach are rules. The rules govern the duties and performance expected of employees and employers and the procedures set by the state to govern the performance of the roles.

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