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BIASSES IN DECISION MAKING PROCESS OF THE EMPLOYEES

M.Murat Yaslioglu, Duygu Toplu, Omer Sap

Journal Title:Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)
Abstract


Main purpose of this study is to examine the effects of possible biases on employees. Decisions are never simple to make and they sometimes go wrong because of human shortcomings. Errors in decision making can arise from the cognitive biases we all have as human beings and these biases reduce the efficiency of our decisions. These biases, which distort the way people collect and process information, can also arise from interactions in organizational settings, where judgment may be colored by self-interest that leads employees to perpetrate more or less conscious deceptions. Accordingly, people can easily walk away from rationality when they have to make a decision in an organization, thus this study reveals what type of distortions and deceptions that employees may face with in a decision making process.

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