International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Employees Perception on Positive and Negative Factors Influencing Procedural Justice in Making Promotion Decision
Dr. Nyaribo Misuko

The purpose of this study was to find out the employees perception on factors influencing procedural justice in making promotion decisions. Promotion in organizations is a sensitive issue which must be handled carefully. Promotion may either make the organization achieve or fail to achieve its objectives depending on how it is managed. The researcher looked at the employee’s perception on the positive and negative factors that are considered by employers in making promotion decisions. Positive factors are the factors which contribute positively to the success of the organizations while the negative factors negatively affect the organization. A sample was chosen from a population of students who are working and studying part time at KCA University Nairobi, Kenya. Data was gathered through a survey which was administered through a questionnaire. The sample for this study was one hundred and twenty. The researcher used a five point opinion scales to ascertain the perception of employees in regards to the positive and negative factors The study found out that employers are influenced by both positive and negative factors in making promotion decisions Majority of the respondents were of the opinion that positive factors if considered in making promotion decisions gives employees a sense of belonging and commitment as well as motivates them while the negative factors if considered by the organization affect the the morale and motivation of employees.

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