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  • 21. THE EFFECT OF WORKING CONDITION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIES IN AN ORGENIZA...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background of the Study Any organization that wishes to succeed in achieving it aims and objectives has to maintain a good working condition so as to achieve its goals. This is so because the intrinsic and extrinsic factors the intrinsic factor is the incentives attached to one’s job that is what influences the secretary within the job, and this include achie...Continue Reading »

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  • 22. THE PROSPECT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN ENHANCING HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY IN AN...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Management of human resources is that functions of the enterprises which provides for effective utilization of people to achieve both the objectives of the enterprises and satisfaction and development of employees. The survival of any organization depends on the proper management of its materials financial and human resources. The management of ...Continue Reading »

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  • 23. IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE ON INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP IN LARGE ORGANI...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The establishment of management structures for the management of a project is one of the important activities required for accomplishing goals. Shaker (2003) in a publication reviewing Peter Druckerbooks, who argues that management is the function, which involves getting things done through other people. Basically this involves the following, which are all a...Continue Reading »

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  • 24. THE EFFFCT OF CUSTOMER AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIP ON THE MANAGEMENT OF HOSPITALIT...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 BACKGROUND OF STUDY The world Hospitality Industry has recently experienced a tremendous growth rate throughout the world. In fact Statistics have shown that Hospitality has today become one of ` the most promising and fastest growing industries in the service sector of the economy. More also Hospitality itself is as old as mankind and has been at the centre of the eco...Continue Reading »

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  • 25. ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE CIVIL SERVICE AND ITS EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF ...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Management of Human Resources is that function of all enterprises which provides for effective utilization of people to achieve both the objective of the enterprises and the satisfaction and development of the employees. Everyone appears to agree that the present and future survival of any cooperation or enterprise, depends on the proper management of her ma...Continue Reading »

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  • 26. THE ROLE OF PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT IN MANPOWER TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

    » CHAPTER TWO1.1 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURESome of the early pioneers on personnel management are:“FREDERICK W. TAYLOT (1968:72), he was the real father and driving force behind scientific management movement. He created important management techniques such as time study, method of study, freemanship, emotion, standardization of good, piece rate differential, cost control system. He preached...Continue Reading »

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  • 27. CAUSES OF WORKERS RESISTANCE TO CHANGE IN AN ORGANIZATION

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Change is an inevitable phenomenon in any organization. This was aptly observed that all organization are in a state of flux whether or not they want to recognize it and manager it, resist it or ignore it. The manager that succeeds in managing his organization effectively is one that knows how to adopt and manage change in his organization. ...Continue Reading »

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  • 28. LEADERSHIP STYLE AND IT'S IMPACT ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE

    » CHAPTER 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY A natural consequence of the systematic view of organization is that it is made up of subsystems or components which are interdependent and interrelated. Any of these components can derail or be operated in a way that is inconsistent with requirement for efficient attainment of organizational goal. It becomes the role of the manager, therefore to operate instrum...Continue Reading »

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  • 29. PERSONNEL APPRAISAL IN A ROUTINIZED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN A UNIVERSITY

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY A natural consequence of the systematic view of organization is that it is made up of subsystems or components which are interdependent and interrelated. Any of these components can derail or be operated in a way that is inconsistent with requirement for efficient attainment of organizational goal. It becomes the role of the manager, therefore to operate ins...Continue Reading »

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  • 30. EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIP & ITS EFFECT ON ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Maintaining healthy employee relations in an organization is a pre requisite for organizational success. Strong employee relations are required for high productivity and human satisfaction. Employee relations generally deal with avoiding and resolving issues concerning individuals which might arise out of or influence the work scenario. Strong employee relation depends upo...Continue Reading »

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  • 31. AN APPRAISAL OF THE NATURE AND FRAME WORK FOR MANAGEMENT OF ORGANISATIONAL CONFL...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY An organizational conflict has been viewed as a perceived condition that exist between parties in which one or more of the parties perceives goal incompatibility and some opportunity for interfering with the goal attainment of others. There are three proposition about conflict as observed by Albanese (1998).These propositions are that conflict a...Continue Reading »

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  • 32. EXAMINING THE CAPACITY OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT TO DRIVE ORGANIZATIONAL CHA...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY All over the world, every organizationusually have resources at their disposal which they deploy to realizing their goals andobjectives. These resources are: Capital, Land, Labor (Human) and Technology. Humansare an organization's greatest assets; humans and the potential they possess drive anorganization change (Jahn, 2007). Today's organizatio...Continue Reading »

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  • 33. CASUALIZATION AND EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT IN ETISALAT NIGERIA

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY This study is examining the relationship between casualization and employee commitment in Etisalat Nigeria. Allen and Meyer (1996) defined employee commitment as “a psychological status of an employee towards the organization that makes it less likely that the employee will voluntarily leave the organization” Lower levels of employee...Continue Reading »

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  • 34. EFFECTS OF MSHORTAGE OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN GOVERNMENT ESTABLISHMENT PROBLEMS AND...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Many people with particular reference to the elite will be wondering why there is shortage of human resources supply. A research in the area of this shortage of human resources supply will sound like asking an obvious question. To give the answer to the obvious question above I will start by emphasizing on the important of human resource in every economy. We...Continue Reading »

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  • 35. THE IMPACT OF INCENTIVE WELFARE SCHEMES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF WORKERS

    » INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The administration of staff incentive scheme has now become a popular phenomenon of the total personnel policy of nay organization. The scheme involves those extra benefits which may not necessarily be money, which emanate from the kind relationship of the employer to the employees, to supplement their usual wages, from the to time which are at most times g...Continue Reading »

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  • 36. AN EVALUATION OF STAFF INDUCTION AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES IMPROVING WORKER’S EF...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The phenomenon of staff recruitment, induction and training is not uncommon in human resource management. At the recruitment of new staff, training programmes are usually commenced to equip them on their job responsibilities and to make them fit for specific positions or activities. Most human resource managers are of the opinion and view that staff training is a verit...Continue Reading »

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  • 37. AN EVALUATION OF MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE IN ORGANIZATIONS

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 GENERAL BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In the olden days, people hunted and farmed for food, made cloths and built shelter. Some other do certain things better than others. For instance, some people were better at making cloths while others were better at farming. As a result, most people began to do the type of work they did best. Then they traded food, cloths and other things they produ...Continue Reading »

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  • 38. THE RELEVANCE OF HUMAN RESOURCE IN TODAY'S BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROND OF THE STUDY Central to the growth of any organization be it private or public, manufacturing or non manufacturing firms, it is the effective acquisition, utilization and maintenance of the organization’s human resources. Human resources management therefore is a very critical path to the survival of any organization.Human resources management (HRM)...Continue Reading »

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  • 39. THE IMPACT OF SELF-SERVICE AS A METHOD OF ENTERTAINING GUESTS IN THE HOTEL INDUS...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Consumers have grown tired of incompetent and inexperienced staff, long waiting lines and closure of outlets at times they prefer to do business. To overcome such frustrations, an increasing number of industries are choosing to provide self service technology options for their patrons. Self checkout at retail stores and supermarkets, pay at the ...Continue Reading »

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  • 40. THE EFFECT OF INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT ON WORKER'S PRODUCTIVITY

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study Overtime, Industrial conflict is a canker worm that has eaten deep into the fabrics of most organizations both government and private.In other to achieve organizational productivity, enhance growth and profitability in any organization, a lot has to be done in ensuring that workers or employees are in the right frame of mind in other to give the...Continue Reading »

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