Research Papers/Topics in Human Resource Management

The Relationship Between Stress Management and Employees Productivity (A Case Study of SEAP Microfinance)

AbstractStress has become a major concern of the modern times as it can cause harm to employee’shealth and performance. Work related stress costs organization billions of dollars each yearthrough sickness, turnover and absenteeism. So it becomes necessary for every organization toknow the factor causing stress among the employees as well as how they cope up with stress tomake the employee more participative and productive. This research study was conducted tofind out the factors causing str...

EFFECT OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

ABSTRACTThis research work examined effect of training and development on organizational effectiveness in selected organizations in Lagos State. In any organization employees contributes major assets. The active role they play towards a company's success cannot be underestimated, As a result, equipping these unique assets through effective training and development becomes imperative in order to maximize the job performance and position them to take on the challenges of today's competitive bus...

Effect of Performance Incentives on Employee Efficiency in Deposit Money Banks in Dutsin-Ma, Katsina State

Abstract The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of performance incentives on employee efficiency in Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) in Dutsin-Ma Local Government Area (LGA) of Katsina State, Northwest-Nigeria. The population of the study comprised the sixty (60) employees of all the DMBs in Dutsin-Ma LGA of Katsina State, Nigeria (vis-à-vis First Bank Nigeria Ltd., United Bank for Africa PLC and Unity Bank PLC), of which a sample of 52 respondents was drawn using the propo...

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 ...

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...

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 ...

IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY(A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY ABUJA)

ABSTRACT The role of human resources administration in ensuring organizational efficiency is important because it coordinate all the resources of planning, organizing, controlling and directing both human and material resources toward the attainment of the organization’s goals and objectives. This study also highlight the problems associated with this research work which are inadequate provision of funds to the department, improper selection and employment of staff, when the sta...

EXPLORING THE NATURE AND PREVALENCE OF WORKPLACE BULLYING IN THE NIGERIAN SERVICE SECTOR

ABSTRACTThe concern about workplace bullyinghas generated substantial research studies within the European society. The need to examine the phenomenon in Nigeria has become needful given the continuous enlightenment and awareness campaigns as to the health harming effect on targets and the financial implications for organisations and the general society. Using a qualitative approach, this study explores the nature of bullying behaviour in Nigeria’s most dominant work sector, the service ind...

The Role of Human Resources Management in Developing Organisational Culture

ABSTRACTFor any employee, their job involves much more than just completing their responsibilities and getting paid for it; the culture of their workplace is also an integral factor in job satisfaction and engagement. And, as more employees and employers alike focus on culture, it has become a significant differentiator in attracting and retaining talent. But, it is important to note that culture is more than just offering free lunch on Fridays or having an annual holiday party; culture affec...

Relationship between incentive and job performance

ABSTRACTNumerous researchers have studied the impact of incentives and related programs for at least 100 years without establishing a clear consensus among business circles as to whether or not incentive programs deliver measurable and meaningful performance results. “Incentives, Motivation and Workplace Performance: Research & Best Practices,” conducted by researchers for the International Society of Performance Improvement, and funded with a grant by the SITE Foundation, was designe...

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...

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