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Author(s): Hyginus Emeka Nwosu; Merit Okoh; Amadi Goodluck
This study on employees’ participation on decision making and employees’ productivity was elicited to determine the extent to which employee participation in developing the mission statement, employee participate in policies and procedure formulation, and employees’ participation in the bonus/benefit determination enhance employees’ productivity. A total of 3901 populations were studied and 363 sample sizes was used to determine the effect of employees’ participation in decision making on employees’ productivity in Ebonyi state. The survey method was adopted; questionnaires and interviews were used for data collection. Descriptive statistics and Simple linear regression model was used. The findings show that there is a significant positive relationship between employees’ participation in decision making and employees’ productivity. The study, therefore, recommends among others that the management of the institutions especially academic institutions should continue to allow employees to participate in the decision-making process for increasing productivity.