Social & Management Sciences

Research Papers/Topics in Social & Management Sciences

The Effects of Financial Report on Management of a Business Organisation (A Case Study Of Isoko North Local Government Council Of Delta State)

ABSTRACTThis research work was design to identify the effect of financial report on the managers of a business organisation, using business organisation in Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State as a case study.  The main objective of the study is to identify the benefits of accounting information in the performance of a business entity.  A sample size of fifty (50) was chosen using an appropriate sampling technique.  The research questions were tested using t...

The Effect of Staff Motivation on Worker’s Productivity. (A Case Study of Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo)

ABSTRACT School management context that labour is the most important of all the factors of production of course, this as session remains uncontestable give its institution’s goal. However, some business executions seemed not to understand the concepts of its philosophy. For them, motivation of workers is more or less wasting of money on employees. It is to this end that this research work is being carried out with a view to x-raying the impact of staff motivation on workers’ produ...

The Effect Of Social Responsibility On The Host Community Of Some Selected Industries In Warri

INTRODUCTION In democratic society, we have many freedoms that we can exercise within certain limits.However, in enjoying our freedoms, we do not have the right to have the way that infringes the freedom of others. We must act in a responsible manner by showing concern for other, like wise business organizations are expected to act in a responsible way towards its host community and the society in general.  BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Social responsibility is a philosoph...

The Effect of Proper Accounting Record in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (A Case Study of Excel Pure Water Company Oleh Delta State)

ABSTRACTThe focus of this work is to determine the effects of proper accounting records in small and medium scale profit making enterprises. The work is designed to know origin of commercial activities, that is, the trade by barter system, and also the origin of accounting and how proper accounting records help the management and user to evaluate the business. It became necessary for managers to render proper accounts to owners of the business who did not take part in running of the business....

The Impact Of Product Advertisement On Sales Volume Of Companies Product (A Case Study Of Nigeria Breweries Plc 9th Mile Corner, Enugu)

ABSTRACT This research work on the effects of product advertisement on sales  volume of company product. The objective of every company is to achieve its sales volume target, because if achieved, other performce indicators like growth and increase in profitability index would be assured. The objective was to identify the common form of advertising being used in the brewery industry. The project design used for this study is descriptive survey design, source of data use for this...

The Effect of Poor Accounting Records in Small and Medium Profit-Making Organization (A Case Study Of Asa Ventures Ltd, Ozoro, Isoko North L.G.A)

ABSTRACT          Discussion of the project work is necessary as it serves as a summary of the detailed work, which introduced what the leader will find in the followings chapter one which serves as an introduction chapter attempt to give a brief definition of accounting and also explain the importance of the terms used. Chapter two deals on literature review, nature and effect of poor accounting records on small and medium scale business.Cha...

The Effect of Performance Appraisal on The Employees Productivity in Business Organisation

 TABLE OF CONTENTTitle PageDeclarationApproval Page      iiiDedication  ivAcknowledgement VTable of content    ViCHAPTER ONE1.0     introduction 1 - 91.1     Background of the study1.2     Statement of the problem1.3     Purpose of the study1.4     Research question1.5     Significance of the study1.6   &n...

The Effect of Overhead Cost on The Selling Price of a Product (A Case Study Of Unilever Plc, Warri Branch)

ABSTRACT          Accounting profession has been regarded as the profession for the people of integrity and objective. The public tend to rely and put their confidence in any business that have the impact of an accounting professional. The public feel secured in dealing prepared with any business entity that has its books prepared and audited by an accounting professional. These trust and confidence seems to be getting evaded based on the fai...

The Effect of Motivation on Staff Performance (A Case Study of Jemok Pure Water Industry, Asaba

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYIn the world today, business is the most essential word used by all. It enables living.Every good business today tries to satisfy its customers in order to achieve its specific goal. This objective cannot be achieved without essential human and material resources, which are the major tools, needed to achieve this objective.The efficiency on job performance of these human resources (manpower) cannot be over emphasized. Several authors in Business administration a...

The Effect of Motivation on Employee’s Job Performance (A Case Study Of Petroleum Training Institute, Effurun-Warri)

ABSTRACTThe purpose of this research was to investigate the impact of staff motivation on job performance. The Petroleum Training Institute, Effurun (PTI), Warri in Delta State, was chosen for the study to enable the researcher to compare and contrast and make general statement on staff motivation on job performance. In this study, two hypotheses were formulated and tested to guide the study (i) there is a relationship between staff motivation and job performance; (ii) the staff in PTI are mo...

The Effect of Motivation on Production in An Organisation (A Case Study Of Beta Glass Plc, Ughelli)

ABSTRACTGrowth and innovation in the field of industrialization and the complex nature of modern business activities creates the needs for the expert handing of organizations human resources, and therefore calls for a proper and adequate implementation of motivational programmed in order to meet the productivity challenges. This need is to get the workers utilize their optimum effort to achieve the organizational goals and objectives. In the light of this development companies in the manufact...

The Effect of Monetary Policy on Financial Institutions in Nigeria (A Study of First Bank Plc Ozoro Delta State)

Abstract This study was carried out to highlight the effect of monetary policy on financial institutions in Nigeria particularly reference to First Bank Plc Ozoro Delta State. This project talks about the main reasons, features and importants of monetary policy here in Nigeria in our financial institutions. In carrying out this project work, the researcher divided the study into five chapters of which it discloses the aim of this policy, the role and effect to the nation and to check it ...

The Effect of Micro Credit on Delta State Economy (A Case Study of Ughelli North L.G.A)

1.1        BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYThe history of development and what currently obtains globally sasses that it was is and will be difficult to divorce credit from business. Everyone will need credit in one form of the other someday. In relation to economic development of Delta State, businesses both new and established will require it. Delta State government often resort to credit from local banks or foreign banks much of the credit which are properl...

The Effect of Leadership Style on Organizational Growth And Development. (Beta Glass

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY          An essential part of assignment is co-coordinating the activities of people and directing their efforts towards the goods and objective of the organization. This involves the process of leadership and choice of an appropriate form of behaviors of employee in a work place.          Leadership is a relationship through which person influence the behavior or action of ...

The Effect of Human Capital Planning on Organizational Performance (A case study of Beta Glass plc Ughelli)

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Human capital planning is the most strategic of all human capital management, that is the most important single resources of any organization is people (manpower). Planning defines the sources, number and types of human resources needed to meet future work requirements. Predetermined strategies to attract and retain the best people (manpower) are also laid down through planning strategic development and utilization of employment capabilities which yields best be...


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