Research Papers/Topics in Human Resource Management

Control Strategies and integration mechanisms- Applied Human Resource Management

Executive SummaryThe recent quest for businesses to go global and establish their presence internationally has been attributed to globalization. Various organizations have become multinational corporations in a bid to participate in the global playing field. These multinational corporations have a common goal which is to have a competitive advantage over their rivals, especially those who operate in the same sector or industry. A successful establishment of an MNC’s presence overseas is dir...

CONTROL STRATEGIES

Executive SummaryThe recent quest for businesses to go global and establish their presence internationally has been attributed to globalization. Various organizations have become multinational corporations in a bid to participate in the global playing field. These multinational corporations have a common goal which is to have a competitive advantage over their rivals, especially those who operate in the same sector or industry. A successful establishment of an MNC’s presence overseas is dir...

TALENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN STACO INSURANCE PLC

The work critically examined the issus of talent management programs and career development opportunities. SCOPE AND DELIMITATION OF THE STUDY This study spans the activity of organisations in managing and developing talents. This study specifically examines the management and development of talents in Staco Insurance Plc. This study will focus on the staff in every department. This study is delimited to only permanent employee of Staco Insurance Plc who are lawfully recognized as e...

THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON HUMAN RESOURCE FUNCTIONS AND ORGANISATIONAL EFFICIENCY

ABSTRACT.   The primary objective of this study is to measure the impact of ICT on human resource functions and organisational efficiency in Nigeria with a critical assessment of the service sector which is key to the economy. The research imbibed the use of primary and secondary data for the study and employed frequency distribution, simple percentage and Chi-square method for data analysis. The result of the analysis revealed a significant influence of ICT on human ...

JOB STRESS AND SAFETY WORKING CONDITIONS: EFFECTS ON ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY

ABSTRACTThe steady rising demands on employees in corporate environments nowadays have dramatically created an attendant work stress on these employees. This study explores the effects of job stress and working conditional safety on organizational productivity and profitability. The researcher makes a special reference to a printing company. The descriptive research design type was adopted for the study. The population of the study comprises of all the staff in the Printing company, and Strat...

THE ROLE OF STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN ORGANIZATIONS

The human resources are the most dynamic of all the organizations resources of all the organizations resources. They need considerable attention from the organisations management; if they are to realize their full potential in their work. Thus motivation, leadership, communication work restructuring payment systems and training and development may be included in the issue which has to be faced by management today. Most of these issues will be considered in this research work, but now i...

IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: A STUDY ON NIGERIA BREWERIES PLC KADUNA

ABSTRACT Over the last decade, much research has been conducted in the field of human resource management (HRM) and its associations with organizational performance. Prior studies have found substantial positive evidence for statistical associations between HRM and organizational performance. The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships between HRM practices and firm performance. This study examines the relationships among HRM practices and firm performance. The ...

Relationship between Talent Management and Labour Turnover in Nigeria banking sector.

Abstract It is commonly understood that engaged employees are motivated to contribute to the success of the organization. Literature also reveals that work engagement which comes from job satisfaction is derived from effective career management practices, which results in lower employee turnover and productivity of the organization. Survey research method was adopted. Simple random sampling technique was employed to select respondents from the stratums of managers and non-manage...

Study of Employee Motivation in Boots Plc Victoria, London

SummaryVarious  questions  have  been  raised  as  to  the  best  way  to  motivate  employees. However,  answers  given  only  raised  a  cause  for  movement  and  not  motivation (Herzberg,  1987).  Considering  how  relevant  employees  have  become  in  this Globalisation era which has heralded perfect competition, it therefore im...

Workforce Diversity and Employee Productivity (A Study of Shorelink Oil and Gas Limited)

Today's organisations are increasingly recognising diversity in the workplace as a business strategy imperative that helps to increase productivity and maintain a competitive edge over competitors. This study focused on workforce diversity and employee productivity using Shorelink Oil and Gas Services Limited as a unit of study. The major objectives of the study were (i) investigate the relationship between workforce diversity and employee productivity (ii) assess the role of effective com...

THE EFFECTS OF TALENT ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WILSON’S JUICE COMPANY LIMITED AND MAYOR FARMS AND AGRO S

ABSTRACTThe biggest problem most small enterprises face is Human Resource Management. This is so because talents drive all other functional areas of organizations. Humans (Talents) are undoubtedly the greatest assets possessed by any business or organization. Yet when mismanaged, this great asset can easily be turned into the greatest of liabilities. Through an extensive review of available literature (on and offline), important aspects of talent acquisition and management were identif...

The Role of Human Resource Management Function in Promoting Organizational Learning in the Nigerian Context

This study investigates the role of the human resource management function in promotingindividual and shared learning and knowledge creation capabilities in the Nigerian context.This qualitative study investigates the common theme of human resource managementpractices in extant academic expert literature revolving around organizational learningcapabilities. Based on a survey, addressed to chartered human resource practitioners inNigeria, the result indicates that strategic human resource mana...

A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES IN EKPOMA COMMUNITY sociology

ABSTRACTThis research work examines “A Sociological Analysis of Small Scale Enterprises involving Ekpoma Community as the selected case study”. The objective of the study is to examine the sociological analysis of Small Scale enterprises in Ekpoma community as well as importance of Small Scale industries on the Nigerian economy. The research also seeks to find out the impact of Small Scale enterprise in aiding job creation in Ekpoma community. The study sample was 200 respondents f...

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...

AN APPRAISAL OF THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF NAPEP)

ABSTRACTThe study is to appraise the role of government in poverty alleviation in Nigeria with a special reference to National Poverty Eradication Programme NAPEP. The research introduces the background of the study in chapter one and brief historical background. Some of the objectives of this study is to identify the impact of NAPEP in the eradicating poverty in Nigeria, strategies for poverty reduction,  to also identify the various government programmes on poverty alleviations and to ...


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