Social & Management Sciences

Research Papers/Topics in Social & Management Sciences

Impact of Non Financial Incentives as Motivational Strategy in Achieving Organizational Objectives (Case Study of Guaranty Trust Bank PLC)

CHAPTER ONE1.0. INTRODUCTION 1.1    Background of The StudyThe first chapter of this study gives a brief introduction on the subject matter,followed by the statement of problem, purpose of the study, as well as researchquestions   and   research   hypothesis.   Furthermore,   we   take   a   look   at   thesignificance of the study, then we analyse the scope and limitations of the stu...

Effect of Packaging on Consumers Buying Behaviour (A Case Study of Nestle Nigeria Plc)

ABSTRACTThis research work focuses on the effect of packaging on consumer buying behaviour, a case study of Nestle Nigeria PLC. The objective of this study was to examine “Effective of packaging on consumer buying behaviour”. Questionnaire was distributed to the sample size of 80 respondents. The sampling technique was simple random sampling. The hypotheses were tested using simple percentage method. Based on the research, the findings revealed that; there is a significant relationship be...

A STUDY EXAMINE FACTORS INFLUENCE EMPLOYEES MOTIVATION THAT EFFECTS JOB PERFORMANCE IN SRILANKAN APPAREL INDUSTRY

Abstract In today's context, human resources management activities are becoming more crucial due to the employees knowledge about organization activities and the need to increase job performance is important for organisations success,  hence employees need to be motivated to actualize this.  Motivation is one of the main subjects and concepts in human capital management and many work and writings about it have been introduced by different scientist. However employees motivation is describe...

The role of civil service in policy implementation

ABSTRACTThe study is design to identify the role of civil service in policy implementation. Civil Service is a body of permanent officials appointed to assist the political executive in formulating and implementing governmental policies. Various authors work were reviewed in line with the existing literatures on civil service and its impact on policy implementation. The researcher used primary and secondary sources to collect data for the research while questionnaire were distributed to the 3...

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Towards Contraceptives Among Secondary School Students

The idea of sex and contraceptives among secondary school students in Nigeria has become an issue of growing concern.  In the past, sex and contraceptives used to be a thing for only married couples.   This primary knowledge has guided some people to believing that secondary school student do not have sex and at such need no contraceptive.  This kind of belief may not be correct.   Due to urbanization, modernization, industrialization, and the wide spread use of social media around the wo...

Patient Satisfaction of Healthcare at New Abirem Government Hospital: A Case Study at New Abirem

ABSTRACTThis study sought to examine the various factors that influence the perception of patients towards the quality of healthcare. Over the decades, the Ministry of Health in Ghana has always sought to improve the services of the hospitals so that everyone is taken care of and their life expectancy increased. It is in light of this that the government of Ghana, liaising with the Ministry of Health introduced the National Health Insurance Scheme so that patients can receive treatment withou...

Women, but treated as sub-humans: Sexually-degrading Widowhood Practices in some Nigerian societies.

Married life is a much desired status in Nigeria for both men and women in Nigeria. However, nothing prepares one for widowhood. Apart from the fact that widows go through considerable amount of emotional and psychological stress, rather than be sympathized with, or even assisted, they are subjected to inhumane sexually-degrading widowhood practices. Such practices include being forced to have sex with the dead body of the deceased partner, being made to take public baths or tr...

Indiscriminatory Waste Disposal and Health Hazards in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State: Causes and Effects

The study generally investigated indiscriminatory waste disposal and health hazards in Ado-Ekiti, State. Specifically, the research work assessed the challenges of waste management, the causes and effects of indiscriminatory waste disposal, practices related to indiscriminatory waste disposal and the relationship between indiscriminatory waste disposal and health hazards.The research adopted a descriptive and exploratory-cross-sectional-non-experimental survey design. Data...

TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE DEMOCRACY AND TRUE SOCIAL CONTRACT IN NIGERIA

Since Nigeria returned to democracy in May 1999, after almost three decades of military rule, and almost two decades of economic crises, the country has been faced with the complex challenges of national reconstruction and economic reforms, and democratic consolidation. Even after many general elections including that of 2019, Nigeria continues to grapple with these challenges and the citizenry is still anxious to see and enjoy the benefits of “democracy dividends” – social welfare, jus...

THE IMPACT OF THE CONTRIBUTORY PENSION SCHEME ON EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT BENEFITS OF QUOTED FIRMS IN NIGERIA

This study seek to evaluate whether or not the contributory pension scheme has an impact on employee retirement benefit of quoted firms in Nigeria: to determine the relationship that exist between the impact of the contributory pension scheme on employee retirement benefit and standard of living in Nigeria.the study also assessed the relationship between pension cost and independent variable: total assets and profitability of quoted firms in Nigeria.TABLE OF CONTENT   CHAPTER ONE:  INTRODU...

ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CONTRIBUTORY PENSION SCHEME ON RETIREMENT BENEFITS IN KANO STATE: A STUDY OF KANO STATE PENSION FUND TRUSTEES

This study is an assessment of the effect of implementation of contributory pension scheme on retirement benefits of kano state: A case study of kano state pension fund trustees from 2007-2015. The problem investigated revolves around the effect of implementation of CPs on timely payment of retirement benefit the effect of compliance with kano state pension and gratuity law 2006 in the remittance and the investment of the contributed fund on effective payments of retirement benefit among othe...

INFLUENCE OF PARENTING STYLES AND PERSONALITY TRAITS AS PREDICTORS OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR AMONG ADOLESCENTS

ABSTRACTThis study investigated the influence of parenting styles and personality traits as predictors of aggressive behaviour among adolescents in Makurdi metropolis using the cross sectional survey design. A total number of 213 adolescents comprising of males and females were randomly drawn from different areas and secondary schools in Makurdi metropolis. The study used three standardized instruments which include; Big Five Inventory (BFI) developed by John and Srivastava (1999), Parental A...

Influence of Peers and Gender on Adolescent Health Risk Behavior

AbstractThis study the influence of peer and gender on adolescent health risk behavior in Makurdi local government. The study employed cross sectional survey method. Two hundred and thirty two (231) participants were selected using simple random sampling among Adolescents in Makurdi Local Government. Their age ranges from 12-17 .The study used two instruments which include (i) Peer group caring interaction scale (ii) Health risk assessment (HRA) scale. Results from the hypotheses tested showe...

IMPACT OF BUDGET DEFICIT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA, (1981-2015)

ABSTRACTThe study on the impact of budget deficit on economic growth in Nigeria employed time series data within the period of 34 years (1981-2015). The data was sourced from central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), National Bureau of statistics (NBS) and World Bank: World Development indicators. The series was subjected to unit root test of both ADF and PP test and was found stationary, some at level and others at first difference. The researcher further tested for short run and long run relationship ...

Electoral Malpratice and Democratic Consolidation: A Study of Benue State

The study examines Electoral Malpractice and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria with reference to Benue state. This study utilized both primary and secondary sources of data and also adopted prebendal theory as its framework of analysis. The findings from this work revealed that, the most common forms of electoral malpractice in Benue state includes ;announcement of electoral result where election are not held, under age voting, snatching of ballot boxes, and harassment of voters. it can als...


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