School of Business, Department of Business Administration

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School of Business, Department of Business Administration.

Fellow of Higher Education Academy (UK)

Area of Specialization

(Human Resources Management).

Research interests:

Performance Management, Training and Development, Career Development, Employee Empowerment, Compensation, Employee Separation.

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K., MS, G. MM.  2018.  CHALLENGES FACED IN SUCCESSION PLANNING IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY IN KENYA. International Journal of Arts and Commerce. 7(6):25-39.succession_planning_challenges.pdf
Gachara, HN, Munjuri MG.  2018.  INNOVATION CHALLENGES ENCOUNTERED BY SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN NAIROBI, KENYA. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. 6(6):717-738.innovation_challenges.pdf
Kasaya, MA, Munjuri MG.  2018.  Effect of Employee Involvement on Job Performance in the Medical Research Industry in Kenya. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. 6(5):826-847.job_involvement_and_job_performance.pdf


Opuko Hellen A., G. MM.  2017.  Flexible Work Practices and Job Performance in the Transport and Logistics Industry: The Kenyan perspective. DBA Africa Management Review. 7(2):38-49.
Marika, NM, M MJ, Munjuri MG.  2017.  CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND EMPLOYER ATTRACTIVENESS AMONG BUSINESS STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI, KENYA. International Journal of Arts and Commerce . 6(2):71-88. Abstract7._71-88.pdf

In this era of globalization, winning the war for top talent to gain a competitive advantage is critical for the
survival of organizations. In Kenya today, attracting and retaining talent is a major challenge to many
organizations. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been identified as influencing employee attraction
and retention. A pay cheque alone is no longer sufficient; people want to work in organizations whose
values match their own and that impact and contribute to society. The aim of this study was to determine if
CSR affects organizational attractiveness. Final year business students from the University of Nairobi were
surveyed to see the extent to which CSR issues will influence their decision to work in a given organization.
The findings indicated that how an organization handles its economic responsibility, legal responsibility,
ethical responsibility, philanthropic responsibility and environmental responsibility of CSR affects
prospective employees' decision to seek employment with an organization.


Munjuri, MG, K'Obonyo P.  2015.  HUMAN CAPITAL, EMPLOYEE EMPOWERMENT AND PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS AND INSURANCE FIRMS IN KENYA. International Journal of Arts and Commerce. Vol. 4 (No. 6):163-181.human_capital_emloyee_empowerment__firm_performance..pdf
Munjuri, MG, K'Obonyo P, Ogutu M.  2015.  Human Capital, Socia;l Capital and Performance of Commercial Banks and IOnsurance Firms in Kenya. Prime Journal of Social Science (PJSS). Vol. 4(No. 5):1045-1057.human_capital_social_capital_and_firm_performance.pdf
Munjuri, MG, Peter K’Obonyo, Ogutu M.  2015.  Human Capital and Performance of Commercial Banks and Insurance Firms in Kenya, 20th March . DBA-Africa Management Review. :101-117., Lower Kabete Campushuman_capital__firm_performancevol_5_no.22015.pdf


Munjuri, MG.  2013.  A Survey of the Use of Peer Assessment in Business Schools in Kenyan Universities: A Case of Selected Universities in Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research. 1(No. 3):1-36., NAIROBIpeer_assessment_paper.pdf
Munjuri, MG, Maina RM.  2013.  Effect of Workforce Diversity Management on Employee Performance in the Banking Industry in Kenya. DBA Africa Management Review. 3(No. 1):1-21., NAIROBIworkforce_diversity_paper.pdf


Munjuri, MG.  2011.  Review of the factors affecting career advancement. DBA Africa Management Review. Vol. 1(No. 1)
Munjuri, MG.  2011.  A survey of the criteria used by commercial banks in Kenya to determine employees to retrench. International Journal of Business Administration. Vol. 2(No. 2):57-81.vol_2_no_2.pdf
Munjuri, MG.  2011.  The effect of Human Resource Management practices in enhancing employee performance in catholic institutions of Higher learning in Kenya. International Journal of Business Administration. Vol 2(No. 4):189-224.


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