Relationship of age diversity towards decision making in organization : Case study in Kota Kinabalu / Ahmad Saufi Jemat and Esther Anak Luji

Jemat, Ahmad Saufi and Anak Luji, Esther (2013) Relationship of age diversity towards decision making in organization : Case study in Kota Kinabalu / Ahmad Saufi Jemat and Esther Anak Luji. [Student Project] (Unpublished)

Abstract

Today’s organization has presented largest diversity such as in term of age, gender and religion, hi this study, we focus on how age diversity will affect the decision making in organization. In organization, it is difficult for the employer to recruit only certain age group only. Hence, in this study we want to determine the relationship of age diversity toward decision making at the workplace. A sample of 109 employees in Kota Kinabalu was been chosen to answer the questionnaire. In this study, it shows there is weak negative correlation between age diversity and decision making. Thus, it is means although there is age diversity in organization it does not affect the decision making.

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