TRANSPARENT HUMAN RESOURCE POLICIES AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: STUDY OF 5 SELECTED COMPANIES IN ZIMBABWE

Chipiwa Philemon Gidi Pasipamire FINAL thesis
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It was critical to examine very closely issues associated with the transparent human resource policies, rules, laws, and employee engagement in 5 selected companies found in Zimbabwe. The immediate attention is to focus on some companies in Zimbabwe which did not have transparent human resource policies, rules and laws and its relationship on employee engagement at workplace. Some of these companies are unable to facilitate systems of high production and effective control of operations as seen in financial gazettes. However, some companies in Zimbabwe are expected to have these human resource policies, procedures and manuals but did not make them available to the employees and their supervisors. In some companies, company laws, regulations and human resource policies, laws and procedures were made available to the employees but implementation was a problem.

Qualitative research method was selected to be appropriate method with good design to analyse the data. Participants were identified from 5 companies and interview instrument was selected to collect information to form data were found from 4 sets of managers and employees. Qualitative approach was used to analyses information to form data. Checked on how they perceived the effectiveness of operations on human capital without considering the transparent human resource policies, procedures, manuals, and employee engagement. Research questions were suitable for participants to provide clear information. Process of information from the selected 5 companies was easy to get. Participants are expected to provide reasonable information in responses as shall be found during interview processes. The research study is prepared to solve issues of companies with transparency and opaqueness human resource policies and employee engagement and find solutions to eradicate corruptions suspected to be among different managers and employees in some companies hindering the progress of production of goods and services at lower cost. Purpose and use of human resource policies by the companies eradicate all forms of unethical behaviour among all human capital and their supervisors and management.


Item Type:
Doctoral
Subjects:
Business
Divisions:
Transparency, policies, Opaqueness, companies, corruption, participants, information, employee engagement, Saturation, interview
Depositing User:
Chipiwa Philemon Gidi Pasipamire
Date Deposited:
15 January 2024 11:35