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Factors leading to poor industrial relations in the banking sector
The employee and the employer are interdependent. The employee requires a source of income while the employer requires the employee for the production process. The two parties freely sign an employment contract which ...
An investigation of the determinants of capital structure of commercial banks in Kenya
The capital structures of commercial banks have a huge role to play towards the stability of the banks. The objective of the capital structure is to maximize the shareholders wealth by either maximizing the expected return ...
Testing the applicability of the Altman's "Z-Score formula" model on the Kenya's Commercial Banks
Banks are formed to operate in the foreseeable future. However there are cases where a bank fails to fulfill its objectives or survive in its environment, forcing it to bankruptcy leading to great losses. Various models ...
A survey of personal banking customers' satisfaction and perception towards the repositioning strategy adopted by KCB Limited in Nairobi County
Most organizations have undertaken various repositioning strategies in response to the threats posed by globalization and liberalization of the world economies. Repositioning is a strategy raised by companies to react to ...