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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.11, No. 10)

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Page : 255-263

Keywords : Credit; Crisis; Biases; Employees Promotion;

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The internal human dimension is now recognized by organizations in an improved economic climate as a "fundamental driver of change." Managers, on the one hand, focus on the well-being, interests, aspirations, personal ambitions and wishes of staff, and consider the fulfilment of their work. Administrators, on the other hand, take operational decisions based on workers' success. The purpose of the study is to consider loan variables and the bias towards the promotion of employees. The test methodology requires the collection of data based on the effects of job satisfaction and the effect on job satisfaction of organizational performance and the importation of honors and assessments. The report is concise and incorporates. It focuses on the financial crisis, on the other hand. The study also looks at the dynamics of the relationship between the two factors. This research examines the causes of credit crises and their effects on the employee workforce. The study argues that efficient businesses are those who know the causes of the financial crunch and allow their employees to gain good feedback and bonuses instead of establishing bias in the field

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