The Effect of Ethical Treatment towards Employees on Enterprise Performance In Mumias Sugar Belt, Kenya

Otuya I. Willis


This study attempts to examine the role of ethical treatment towards employees in enhancing enterprise performance. In this study, respondents are the employees contracted to Mumias Sugar Company which subcontracts cane transport services to private cane haulage companies. A total of 138 questionnaires were distributed and 100 were returned. To test the conceptual framework, a structural equation was modeling to analyze the data was done. In this regard, frequencies, correlations and binary logistic regression were used to establish the relationship between ethical treatment to employees and enterprise performance.  Findings revealed that ethical treatment indicators are predictors of enterprise performance among cane transport companies in Mumias Sugar Belt.

Keywords: Ethical Treatment, Employees, Enterprise Performance

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