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Organizational and Demographic Level Diversity Practices and Employees Performance

, Abdul Qahar, Raza Ullah
Published: 11 January 2021

Abstract: Purpose – The study's primary objective was to investigate the relationship between organizational level diversity practices, demographic level diversity practices, and employees` performance at selected higher educational institutions in Kabul, Afghanistan. Findings – The findings support a positive relationship between variables; furthermore, the study revealed high contributive implications in both academic and non – academic arena. Moreover, the research suggests, diversity management practices must be considered critical as they can contribute to employees` performance. Sampling – For the current study, four major universities were selected. A total of 100 questionnaires were distributed, respondents were asked to mention their demographic characteristics, and answered the questions from (1) strongly disagree to (5) agree. Analysis – The current study used SPSS 24.0 version for data analysis collected from the respondents; some necessary regression tests were implemented for the study.
Keywords: level diversity practices / employees / current study / demographic level diversity

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