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Effect of Empowerment on Employees Performance Gaudreau

  title={Effect of Empowerment on Employees Performance Gaudreau},
  author={Gaudreau Meyerson},
The main purpose of this paper is to determining the effect of Empowerment implementation by considering the three factors of delegation, implementation of participating management, encouragement and giving reward and also determination of classification of priority and importance of effect of each factor with employee‟s performance improvement in Telecommunication Company. The research method has been descriptive and causal comparative and statistical sample under study was 226 people in order… 

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