Research Papers/Topics in Human Resource Management

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

AbstractThe 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

INTRODUCTIONJob 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 skills required 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 e...

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In this data article, an analysis on the strategies for talent retentionin 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 apopulation of 530 employees, but a sample size was determinedusing Yamen's formula. The data obtained through survey ques-tionnaires were analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sci-ences (SPSS). Linear regression was used to model 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 o...

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