impact of involving employees in decision-making

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Why should employees be involved in critical organizational decisions?

 

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Robert__F
School: UIUC

Participation of workers in decision-making process has resulted in successful value creation in many organizations. Though the extent to which employees should participate in organizational decision making is still a matter of debate. Some say that workers’ union should participate with management as equal partners while some believe in restricted or bounded participation, that is, participation of employees or workers to a limited extent. However, there are a number of ways through which employees can participate in decision-making process of any organization.

a)Participation at the Board Level

b) Participation through Ownership

c) Participation through Collective Bargaining

d) Participation through Suggestion Schemes

e) Participation through Complete Control

f) Participation through Job Enrichment

g) Participation through Quality Circles

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