Most human resource managers are of the opinion and view tha…Continue Reading » 65 pages | 411 engagements | 16.
AN EVALUATION OF STAFF INDUCTION AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES IMPROVING WORKER’S EFFICIENCY » 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.
Human resource management seeks to eliminate the meditation role and adopts a generally unitarist perspective.
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THE ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROMOTING INDUSTRIAL HARMONY » CHAPTER ONE INTROUDUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Human resource function becomes recognized as a central business concern sequel to its ability to integrate employee welfare and organizational objective and effective communication into strategic management.It is believed that both the individual and the organization need to know how well, actually performance is contributing to the accomplishment of the job plans, the starting plan and ultimately the overall strategic grand plan of the …Continue Reading » 65 pages | 834 engagements | 5.THE RELEVANCE OF HUMAN RESOURCE IN TODAY’S BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 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. TRAINING MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN AN ORGANIZATION » ABSTRACT The training of Manpower Development and Employee Performance in an Organization was studied with The Ministry of Finance in Akwa Ibom State as a reference point.Staffs of the Ministry were used as subject for the study. A sample of 150 staff form the Ministry of Finance in Akwa Ibom State used.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. 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. Continue Reading » 65 pages | 347 engagements | 15.THE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS OF STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY The Nigeria breweries PLC, Enugu is a public limited company, which was established in 1946 for the sole purpose of brewing.The company has brewing plant sat Enugu, Aba, Ibadan, and Kaduna.THE EFFECT OF MOTIVATIONAL TOOLS ON EMPLOYEES MORALE IN AN ORGANIZATION » CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW MOTIVATION DEFINED According to Mathis, R. Thus motivation is a goal directed, driven and as such, it seldom occurs in a void. (2005) defined motivation as a general term ap…Continue Reading » 65 pages | 910 engagements | 4.THE IMPACT OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL ON STAFF PRODUCTIVITY » CHAPTER ONE OVERVIEW OF THE STUDY For growth and survival of any organization the role of performance appraisal is a strategic factor that cannot be over emphasized.