Research Papers/Topics in Business Management

Raising Employability Bar and Building Entrepreneurial Capacity in Youth: A Case Study of National Social Investment Programme in Nigeria

Nigeria is no doubt currently among the countries embattled with a high rate of unemployment. Due to the present economic challenges, which have lasted over a decade. To examine the impact level of the social investment programme on the beneficiaries, qualitative research was carried out and the instrument was structured on complete open-ended, by one-one interview and online platforms (Whatsapp and Facebook groups). N-teach (150,000 beneficiaries), N-health (20,000 beneficiaries) and N-agro ...

SECURITY CHALLENGES AND SMALL BUSINESS SURVIVAL IN ABIA STATE: A STUDY OF ABA IN ABIA STATE

ABSTRACTThis work titled “Security challenges and Small business survival in Abia State: A study of Aba in Abia State” was aimed at determining the implication of insecurity as a major challenge to the survival of small business in Abia State, analyze the role government play by towards curbing security challenges in Abia State and to ascertain the causes of security challenges on the survival of Small business in Abia state. This research was motivated by the level of insecurity as it af...

IMPLICATION OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON THE EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF EBONYI STATE MINISTRY OF FINANCE

ABSTRACTThis work titled “Implication of Training and Development on the Employee Performance: A Study of Ebonyi State Ministry of Finance” was aimed at determining the impact of seminar on employee performance in Ebonyi state Ministry of finance, to examine the extent of job rotation on employee performance in Ebonyi state Ministry of finance, to investigate the effects conference on employee performance in Ebonyi state Ministry of finance and to determine the impact of workshop on emplo...

Evaluation of stress and its effects on employees’ productivity

ABSTRACT In today’s competitive global environment, employee productivity is an essential element of a company’s success. Employee productivity can be significantly hindered by high level of stress experienced in the work environment. Stress is a universal element and persons from nearly every walk of life have to face stress. Employers today are critically analysing the stress management issues that contribute to lower job performance of employees. The main aim of the study was t...

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: A Study Of The Effects Of Employee Ownership And Board Composition On The Performance Of Microfinance Banks In South-East Nigeria

ABSTRACT Flowing from the perceived success of the reforms in the banking industry in Nigeria in 2006, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) extended the policy to the community banks with their conversion to and renaming to Microfinance banks (MFBs) in 2008. The regulatory framework guiding this process set out guidelines of the corporate governance (CG) structure and mechanisms to be adopted by this class of banks different from those with the universal banking license. This work revi...

AN ASSESSMENT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE NIGERIAN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK

ABSTRACTThis research study on “An assessment of corporate social responsibility” examined corporate social responsibility as both a concept and a practice. The researcher took a look at corporate social responsibility concept such as the history and meaning, perspectives, approaches, the cases for the against increased social responsibility, corporate social responsibility to stakeholders etc. the major objective of this study was to examine the practice of corporate social responsibilit...

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECT OF INCENTIVES AND FRINGE BENEFITS ON EMPLOYEE’ PERFORMANCE IN FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA LIMITED

ABSTRACTThis study critically assesses the effect of incentives and fringe benefits on employee’s performances in an organization. First Bank of Nigeria Limited was used as a case study.  Five (5) research questions were generated and Three (3) hypotheses were stated. The population consists of all the employees in the Head Office of the bank in Lagos- Island. Simple random technique was used to select Six (6) Departments out of the Nineteen (19) departments in the bank. All the staf...

THE IMPACT OF ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS AND CONVENTIONS IN FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF AN ENTERPRISE

Abstract Accounting could become an intelligible and commonly understood language if itis based on generally accepted accounting principles. Hence, one must be familiarwith   the   accounting   principles,   concepts   and   conventions   behind   financialstatements   to   understand   and   use   them   properly.   Therefore,   conce...

Impact Of Demographic Characteristics On Fast-Food Patronage.

CHAPTER ONE1.0 INTRODUCTION1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The popularity of fast food is indicative of changing lifestyles, the growingtrend of convenience and consumers needs for value for money.Despite all the threats that fast food industry is currently facing like risingcommodity prices, an excessive supply of fast food outlets, in the market, loadshedding and hygiene scandals, the fast  food  industry is still shaving remarkablegrowth. There is a perceived increase in the number o...

Effect of organizational ethics on employee performance

The purpose of this research study was to determine the effect of organisational ethics on employee performance, using Access bank plc Abuja as a case study. The underlining objective of this study was to evaluate employee commitment to the organization’s ethics and to determine the extent to which organizational ethics influence employee toward increased performance. A multiple linear regression model was used to test the null hypotheses proposed for this study. A structured que...

IMPACT OF MANPOWER TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH

Abstract This research work focused on the impact of manpower training and development on organizational growth. Poor performance of workers, High labour turnover and decline in customer patronage were the major problems that inspired this research work.  The objectives of the study were to investigate the impact of manpower training and development on the performance of staff and to ascertain how manpower training and development affect labour turnover. Descriptive research des...

The Impact of Electronic Banking on the Performance of Deposit money Banks in Nigeria ,A study of United Bank for Africa(Makurdi Branch)

ABSTRACTThe adoption of Electronic Banking by commercial enterprise has been in existence since the mid 90s, much greater in number due to lower operating costs associated with it. Electronic banking has been in the form of automatic teller machines and telephone transactions. More recently, it has been transformed by the Internet, a new delivery channel for banking services that benefits both customers and banks. Access is fast, convenient, and available around the clock. Furthermore, custom...

Understanding the impact of reward system on employees' effective performance in the Nigerian automobile service industry

ABSTRACT The aim of this empirical study is to understand the impact of reward system on employees’ effective performance in the Nigerian Automobile Service Industry. The purpose of the study is to identify result-oriented reward strategies that will enhance, retain and develop competence and capability of workers in the industry in outweighing prevalence rate of economic recession and competitive rate in the industry. Hence, the primary objective of the study is to critically ...

The challenges of debt management in First Bank of Nigeria Plc. IkotEkpene

ABSTRACTA borrower's savings capacity and collateral are associated with the amount of loan to be granted by afinancial  institution.  Most  often,  when  a  debt  is  created,  it  becomes  difficult  to  recover  due  to  poormanagement  by  the  lender  as  well  as  loan diversion  by  the  borrower  consequent  to  inability  to  payba...

The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Employee Performance

  ABSTRACT   This research work examined The Impact of Job Satisfaction dimensions on job performance among the staff of the Divisional Tax Centre in Buea, South West Region Cameroon.  A census was adopted to collect data from twenty eight (28) respondents through a survey questionnaire. Frequency tables, Bar Charts, Pie Charts, graphs and Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Coefficient were used to analyze the data with the aid of Statistical Package for ...

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