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2012 A comparative analysis of Human Resource Management practices in tertiary institutions in Nairobi Karanja, Beatrice Wairimu
2012 An investigation of the human factor in the effective management of the revolving drug fund:a case study of Nyamira district Kasaya, Berenice Nasimiyu
2012 Impact of entrepreneurship training on performance of entrepreneurs: a case of Embu municipality Kithae, Peter Paul
2012 An investigation into human resource practices as determinants of effectiveness in the management of insurance companies Gathii, Rose Waweru
2012 An analysis of the factors that hinder the use of the internet as a medium for recruitment: a case of banks in Nairobi Riungu, Nancy Nkatha
2012 Survey of inventory policies of fresh fruit and vegetable vendors - Githurai market Ojwang, Dominic Oyombe
2012 The place of work in human perfection with special reference to Karl Marx's concepts of alienated labour Wokabi, Francis Gikonyo
2012 To assess factors affecting effective performance appraisal of staff in Kenya Electricity Generating Company(KENGEN), (case of Mt. Kenya region) Kinuthia, Jane Njeri
2012 The impact of liberalization on marketing practices in Kenya: a case study of textiles industry Maina, Samuel Mwangi
2012 An evaluation of life assurance funds as a source of investment financing in Kenya Masinga, Oliver Mwisa
2012 Controlling loan quality: the management of non-performing loan portfolios in Kenya Baraza, Edwins
2012 Factors that affect efficient management of logistics and supplies in multinational companies in Kenya: a case of selected tea firms Kengere, Athanas O.
2012 Factors influencing low sales turn over of herbal products( a case of supermarkets in Embu district) Kamwitha, Eliud Sospeter
2012 Analysis of marketing communication tools employed by suppliers of electrical construction materials:- a case study of firms in Nairobi Macharia, Zachary Mukuha
2012 The implications of microfinance on the provision of sustainable support to orphans: a case study of East and South East Alego in Siaya district Madara, Martin W

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