Disciplinary Procedure and Its Effects on Employees

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CHAPTER ONE
1.0 INTRODUCTION

1. BACKGROUND

The research focused on disciplinary procedures and its effect on employee’s performance.

As we all know that discipline is the major factor to be considered in every human being and in every aspect of life, and so are disciplinary procedures are regarded as a critical tool for management to succeed. Many people associate disciplinary procedures with negative feedback. If implemented properly, these procedures will positively affect the relationship between a manager and their employees. Employees embrace accountability and it actually improves employee job satisfaction. Correcting employee performance issues is a procedure. Effective interpersonal communication, written communication and
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IV. Time bias

The researcher assumes that the time would not be a hinderer’s factor to the study.

V. Research study

The researcher assumes that he / she would be able to conduct his / her case study and be able to gather relevant information as the study itself is very interesting.

6. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The study would benefit the following:-

I. THE ORGANIZATION

The research study would benefit much the organization and the courts In that it would be able to sort out its problems and adopt a progressive approach in the work place, and hence the increase in performance and the productivities as well reduce sickness and a lot of absenteeism.

II. THE EMPLOYEES

The research study would benefit the employees in that the employees who can gain access to employment explore career opportunities, raise their wages and salaries reduce their cost of living and balance effectively the demand for work and home.

III. FAMILY MEMBERS

The study would benefit family members’ n increasing attention and care to their families rather than worrying about their future which was insecure with the current system of governing.

7. SCOPE OF THE STUDY

The research study will be conducted at the Mombasa High Court in Coast Province of the Republic of Kenya. It will compromise of all the Judicial Staff (paralegal staff).

8. LIMITATION OF THE STUDY

The research study in this field has limitation in the area /
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