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INFLUENCE OF KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES IN KENYA

@article{Aswani2016INFLUENCEOK,
  title={INFLUENCE OF KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES IN KENYA},
  author={Joseph Ongoma Aswani},
  journal={Strategic Journal of Business \& Change Management},
  year={2016},
  volume={3}
}
  • J. Aswani
  • Published 8 December 2016
  • Business
  • Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management
The success of any organization depends on the capacity of its human resource. Any firm can have the best resources but without an adequate team of human personnel to back them up, the firm will not succeed. Employee engagement is thus, encouraged within any formal organization to bring out the best from each employee within the firm. Engaged employees will always be motivated to bring out their best and work towards ensuring the best productivity for the entire firm. This research was carried… 

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