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An investigation into the impact of downsizing on surviving employees at a metal processing organisation

  title={An investigation into the impact of downsizing on surviving employees at a metal processing organisation},
  author={Penuel Nkanyezi Kubheka and Alec Bozas},
A metal processing organisation which has been in existence for over 50 years closed part of the production line and downsized its employees. The core objective of this research is to determine the impact of downsizing on employees who survived during this period. A quantitative methodology was adopted and a total of 150 questionnaires were distributed to the population sample and 143 responses were obtained, representing a 95% response rate. A majority of the respondents believe that there is… 


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