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2012 The impact of job changes on human resource development in the communication sector of Kenya:a case of postal corporation of Kenya Mutua, Tabitha Mueni
2012 Poverty alleviation in rural areas : a case of world vision Kenya in Taita District Rongah, Meshack Mwandoe
2012 Impact of privatization on firm performance: a case of selected privatised firms in Kenya Okumu, Argan Wekesa
2012 An evaluation study of quality of servie offered by micro and small entreprises in Nairobi: a case study of Shauri Moyo City Council Market Micheni, Alice K.
2012 Factors affecting the provision of skilled manpower to the hospitality industry in Kenya : a case study of selected private Training Colleges in Nairobi Wamwangi, James Chomba
2012 The role of small-scale enterprises on poverty reduction: a case study of small-scale retailers in Rongo Division Opondo, Maurice Otieno
2012 Corporate sector marketing through sport in Kenya Muigai, David Ng'ang'a
2012 The impact of the supervisory management course on the performance of supervisors trained in Government Training Institutes GTIs Koome, Margaret T
2012 A survey on the factors affecting the use of Human resource information systems : a case study of selected insurance companies in Nairobi, Kenya Mwaura, Stella Njeri
2012 The impact of appraisal on teachers' performance in Kenya : a case study of girls' Secondary School teachers' in Nairobi Province Gatemi, Marion Wanderwa
2012 Challenges encountered in marketing of traditional Medicine in Kenya Osianju, Janepher N.
2012 The effects of training on the performance of small and medium enterprises SMEs in Mt.Kenya region : a case of SMEs funded by K.I.E within Embu and Nyeri Districts Mwangi, John Macharia
2012 Training needs assessment of national Polytechnic lecturers: a case study of Kenya and Mombasa Polytechnics Opwora, Meshack Chuma
2012 Waiting time reduction measures at the ports of Mombasa and Dar es salaam Mohammed, Haji Hemed
2012 An assessment of effectiveness of workplace policy on HIV/AIDS as it affects Human Resources: A case study of manufacturing industries in Thika District Kanyanjua, David Mwangi

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