Management Should Avoid Workers’ Participation While Making Decisions. - Organisation of Commerce and Management

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Management should avoid workers’ participation while making decisions.

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Solution

This statement is False.

  1. Management should not avoid worker's participation while making decisions.
  2. Worker's participation in decision making allows the organisation to take the right decision at right time.
  3. It also improves the loyalty of the workers towards the firm. If we built the trust among the workers towards the firm then it will be shown through their productivity.
  4. it also provides the higher level authority to improve and develop their talent and skills.
  5. Ultimately, the worker participation in management will lead to a better relationship between labour and management.
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2015-2016 (March)

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