1Maliki Oshorenua Taiye, 2 Bankole Oluseun Ayodele
1,2Department of Business Administration and Management Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro.Ogun State, Nigeriahttps://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i12-18
This article theoretically examined the effect of employment relations on employees in multinational corporations with a special focus on Dangote Cement. The article observed that labour-management relations also known as industrial relations play an imperative role in improving and sustaining employees' performance. It serves as the nerves of industrial harmony. The target population of this study, which isfinite (being defined), isthe total number ofDangote Cement Plantin Ibese, Ogun State, Nigeria. The population comprises staff whose population is two hundred and sixty (260). The use of a questionnaire was adopted to elicit information from the cross-section of the selected population. The correlation coefficient value ranges from 0 – 1 and has an acceptable value of 0.88, which indicates higher reliability of the measurement instrument and low error variance, implying that the instrument is reliable. While the analysis was done using regression analysis. The findings revealed that there is a significant influence of employee’s participation, trade union, and industrial harmony on employee performance. Organizations should encourage mutual relationships among employees, as well as provide conducive working conditions/ environment for employees, like organizational learning, effective communication among employees, which will enhance their productivity and employee's performance.
employee’s performance, productivity
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