Human Resource Management Research Papers/Topics

Graduate employment satisfaction in higher education in botswana: a career concept perspective

Abstract: This study sought to establish the extent to which graduates of higher education (HE) institutions in Botswana, focusing on a selected higher education institution, were satisfied with their employment, that is, their job designations, job specialisation, and whether they intended to remain in their existing jobs for long. These variables were assessed from a career concept perspective. Relevant literary sources, focusing on aspects of the career concept and career motives, leading...

A Win-Win Dual Internship Model for Turning Graduates Employable

Abstract: There seems to be a growing concern about the skill set needed in university graduates which is a factor inhibiting numerous students from acquiring proper employment. This has drawn the attention of employers and universities to work hand in hand to provide real time work exposure to students in developing the required skill set by way of internship. While most universities still follow the traditional method of offering single internship, Botho College, Botswana has gone an extra...

Strategic Human Resources Management (SHRM) and SMEs Performance in Some Selected States in the North Central Nigeria

ABSTRACT This study examined the axiomatic determinant of SHRM and SMEs performance in some selected states in the North central Nigeria in both private and public service sector of the economy. The study adopted a stratified sampling technique to arrive at 369 sample elements for the study. Some of the owner/managers of SMEs were interviewed to further elicit information on the key variables. Copies of the questionnaire were administered and the data obtained were analyzed using Multivariat...

Impact of Entrepreneurship Education and Perceived social norms on Entrepreneurship Intention among youths

ABSTRACT Available data shows that unemployment is one of the challenges confronting the youth in many developing countries including Nigeria. Government has formulated a number of policies to combat the menace. And these include the introduction entrepreneurship training in all tertiary institutions in the country. The objective of this study is therefore to investigate the extent to which Entrepreneurship Education and the Perception of the society influence the Entrepreneurship intention o...

Nexus Between Talent Management and Employee Performance: A Review of Literature

In today`s dynamic world, the role of talent management has become critical for attaining organizational strategic goals. Having said that, the nexus of effective talent management and employee performance has been one of the core topics in human resource empirical research encompassing diverse variables and mechanisms. Hence, the current paper offers a review of extant empirical literature discussing the talent management and employee performance paradigm. The review has been carried out in ...

Organisational Strategic Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management in Organizations, which has been published in the year 2020, is the journal for this assessment. This journal, in my viewpoint, is from a positive perspective. The primary objective of this paper is to gain a better comprehending of organizational strategic human resource management. This Research paper states that organizations must ensure that their practices and procedures align with their goals and objectives in order to achieve their desired aims and outcomes. ...

Organisational Expansion and Staff Promotion in Broadcasting Enterprises in Southeast Nigeria

Abstract The study was conducted to examine the relationship between organizational expansion and staff promotion in broadcasting enterprises in South Eastern Nigeria. The study adopted the survey research design. Data were obtained from primary sources. The questionnaire was the major instrument for data collection. The purposive sampling technique was adopted in the study. The Cronbach Alpha statistic was used to obtain a value of 0.88 as the instrument reliability ratio. Data analysis was ...

Job and Work Attitude Determinants: An Application of Multivariate Analysis

Abstract  This paper analyzed variables that used to measure the job and work attitude of an employee in an organization. Analysis was done using multivariate analysis. Data used was collected from Dodoma and Musoma municipalities as the municipalities were randomly selected. The sample size of the study was 118. A cross-sectional research design was adopted. The study found that there are five factors that influence job and work attitude. These are satisfaction, independence, teamwork, free...

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT_ KNO

The relationship between Human Resources Management Practices (HRMP) and employee engagement has gained significant attention form scholars. Despite the importance of HRMP and its influence on employee engagement in the industry, little research has been done in terms of cultivating a systematic literature review in the subject area. Therefore, this paper aims to present a systematic literature review of articles based on forty highly ranked journals during the period of 1990 to 2017. The pap...

Performance Management System Guide

The purpose of the performance management system is to ensure that: The work performed by employees accomplishes the work of the agency;  Employees have a clear understanding of the quality and quantity of work expected from them; Employees receive ongoing information about how effectively they are performing relative to expectations; Awards and salary increases based on employee performance are distributed accordingly; Opportunities for employee development are identified; and Employee per...

Macro-human resource planning: The key to societal development in Shogunle Community

Abstract The need to pursue development in the society has been an issue of paramount concern. Almost in every place, people seek out ways through which their societies can be developed. In all the toil for a developed society, one crucial aspect that has been neglected is that of macro-human resource planning. This study unveils the importance of macro-human resource planning to societal development, using Shogunle community as a case study and adopts a descriptive survey method for its data...

JOB EVALUATION PROJECT REPORT FOR A PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY IN NIGERIA

INTRODUCTION Job evaluation is a method for comparing different jobs to provide a basis for grading and pay structure. It is an assessment of the relative worth of various jobs on the basis of a consistent set of job and personal factors, such as qualifications and skillsrequired and it aims at determining which jobs should get more pay than others. Several methods such as job ranking, job grading and factor comparison are used in job evaluation. Research indicates, however, that each method...

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In this data article, an analysis on the strategies for talent retention in Covenant University and the corresponding effects on employ- ees ’ attitude to work was presented. The study population inclu- ded the academic staff of Covenant University, which has a population of 530 employees, but a sample size was determined using Yamen's formula. The data obtained through survey ques- tionnaires were analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sci- ences (SPSS). Linear regression was used t...

Comparing and Contrasting Situational and Transformational Leadership Theories.

Abstract   This study seeks to unveil the similarities and differences between situational and transformational leadership theories/styles and went further to illustrate circumstances under which each styles would produce organisational effectiveness. The study concluded by stating that a leader/manager should be able to identify the appropriate style to adopt in every circumstance in order to attain organisational effectiveness else more harm than good would be done to the organisation.