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discussion of the components of strategic planning process in the contemporary business organization facing a changing business environment.

The Impact Of Entrepreneurship Skill Acquisition On Fresh Graduate Self-Employability Status: (A Study Of Olabisi Onabanjo University Fresh Graduate Students)

ABSTRACTThis study examines the impact of entrepreneurial skills acquisition on the employability statusof Nigerian graduates. Entrepreneurship education plays a major role in the reduction ofunemployment in Nigeria. However, while most Nigerian universities have initiatedentrepreneurship courses in their curricular; little research is available to assess its impact andto know whether there is a between students’ entrepreneurial skills acquisition and theiremployability status. This paper p...

IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY(A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY ABUJA)

ABSTRACT The role of human resources administration in ensuring organizational efficiency is important because it coordinate all the resources of planning, organizing, controlling and directing both human and material resources toward the attainment of the organization’s goals and objectives. This study also highlight the problems associated with this research work which are inadequate provision of funds to the department, improper selection and employment of staff, when the sta...

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Ndubuisi Ekeleme Premium 68 PAGES (5000 WORDS) Human Resource Management Project 1,949 Views
EXPLORING THE NATURE AND PREVALENCE OF WORKPLACE BULLYING IN THE NIGERIAN SERVICE SECTOR

ABSTRACTThe concern about workplace bullyinghas generated substantial research studies within the European society. The need to examine the phenomenon in Nigeria has become needful given the continuous enlightenment and awareness campaigns as to the health harming effect on targets and the financial implications for organisations and the general society. Using a qualitative approach, this study explores the nature of bullying behaviour in Nigeria’s most dominant work sector, the service ind...

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Akintayo Olubusola Premium 100 PAGES (26587 WORDS) Human Resource Management Project 949 Views
Research Paper on the Nigerian Local Content Act in Human Capital Development in Oil and Gas Industry

This article examines the impact of the Nigerian Local Content Act on petroleum industry human capital development and the role of local Training Institutes could play in the effective implementation of the Act.  Although,the main objective  of the Act is to provide the legal foundation for the domestication of certain engineering  and technological projects,fabrication and construction, thereby training local nationals  and enhancing the transfer of technology; ...

The Role of Human Resources Management in Developing Organisational Culture

ABSTRACTFor any employee, their job involves much more than just completing their responsibilities and getting paid for it; the culture of their workplace is also an integral factor in job satisfaction and engagement. And, as more employees and employers alike focus on culture, it has become a significant differentiator in attracting and retaining talent. But, it is important to note that culture is more than just offering free lunch on Fridays or having an annual holiday party; culture affec...

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Walter Abia-Bassey Premium 57 PAGES (8414 WORDS) Human Resource Management Project 2,073 Views
Relationship between incentive and job performance

ABSTRACTNumerous researchers have studied the impact of incentives and related programs for at least 100 years without establishing a clear consensus among business circles as to whether or not incentive programs deliver measurable and meaningful performance results. “Incentives, Motivation and Workplace Performance: Research & Best Practices,” conducted by researchers for the International Society of Performance Improvement, and funded with a grant by the SITE Foundation, was designe...

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Walter Abia-Bassey Premium 74 PAGES (9612 WORDS) Human Resource Management Project 2,122 Views
THE ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN DEVELOPING ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE

ABSTRACTThe success of any organisation or enterprise depends largely on the effectiveness of the human resources under its control. Therefore the role of human resource in developing organisational culture as well as manpower training and development in our organization can never be over-emphasised. Therefore this research work based on the above concepts also evaluates how to develop means for improving effectiveness in human resource management.A review of related literature was made in th...

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Chukwuemeka Eze Premium 65 PAGES (7725 WORDS) Human Resource Management Project 1,708 Views
Polling the Popularity of a Recruitment Source: A Nigerian Job seekers' Perspective

Executive SummaryPrevalent literature on the utilization of recruitment sources by jobseekers show that informal sources, in particular, networking (which includes employee referrals and the use of social networks on social media), are more effective for job search than formal sources. This paper suggests that more jobseekers employ networking than they do newspapers, company websites and online job boards in their job search activities. The way people use their social networks in job-hunting...

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Areta Nwosu Premium 77 PAGES (20529 WORDS) Human Resource Management Project 817 Views
Impact of Ethical Leadership on Employee Job Performance.

Impact of Ethical Leadership on Employee Job PerformanceAbstractDespite the growing concern of researchers in the field of business ethics, cases of unethical practices have continue to manifest in corporate organisations. Corporate leaders engage in decisions that have resulted to lack of trust in the organisations leadership; and lack of commitment to organisation’s goals. This paper tries to examine the concept of ethical leadership, the characteristics of an ethical leader, ethical lead...

The Effect Of Manpower Training And Development On Organisation Goal Attainment (A Case Study Of Nigeria Breweries Plc Kaduna)

ABSTRACTThe effect of training and development on organizational attainment is a concept that looks into the organisation with the view to ascertain the essence of training programmes. Does it really make sense to the organisstion what are the benefits derive by the employee those are the facts the research wants find out in view of the above, the research gathered the training and development contribute immensely to the growth and development of the organisation. Also that training is the li...

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Anderson Ugwu Premium 70 PAGES (6977 WORDS) Human Resource Management Project 2,735 Views
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Developing Countries: Case Study of Companies in Romania and Ghana

The article examines the extent to which the most successful companies in Romania and Ghana - emerging countries - practice corporate social responsibility and the way CSR is communicated through the corporate websites and CSR/annual reports. The authors analysed whether CSR is integrated in the companies` strategy, what are the most important categories of stakeholders addressed, in what way do companies report their CSR activity and which are the main differences and similarities between Ro...

Corporate Social Responsibility: Case Study of Community Expectations and the Administrative Systems, Niger Delta

Poor community-company relations in the Niger Delta have drawn attention to the practice of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the region. Since the 1960s, transnational oil corporations operating in the Niger Delta have adopted various CSR strategies, yet community-company relations remain adversarial. This article examines community expectations of CSR and the influence of the traditional, political, and administrative systems on community expectations of CSR in the Niger Delta region...

Impact of Ethical Leadership on Employee Job Performance

AbstractDespite the growing concern of researchers in the field of business ethics, cases of unethical practices have continue to manifest in corporate organisations. Corporate leaders engage in decisions that have resulted to lack of trust in the organisations leadership; and lack of commitment to organisation’s goals. This paper tries to examine the concept of ethical leadership, the characteristics of an ethical leader, ethical leadership and its impact on employee job performance and ho...