Social & Management Sciences

Research Papers/Topics in Social & Management Sciences

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON THE ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS TO CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

ABSTRACT Corporate  Social  Responsibility  (CSR)  is  regarded  as  voluntary behaviors by organizations that contribute to the society welfare.  The study  makes  an  empirical  review  on  the  attitude  and  perception  of students  (potential  managers)  to  CSR.  The  specific  objectives  of  the study  were  to  explore  the&nb...

Exploring the Perceptions and Experiences of Homosexuals in Lagos

ABSTRACTThis research posed the question "How do homosexuals in Lagos live their lives knowingwho they are and navigating a life where they might not be accepted by its majority?" Therehas been a lack of previous research on this topic, no community for the lesbian, gay,bisexual, and transgender (LGBT), as well as homophobic attitudes within the Nigeriansociety. Because of conflicting social identifiers (Is it possible for one to be both homosexualand African?) and the non-existence of gay bl...

THE LINK BETWEEN TOTAL REWARDS AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN SELECTED MULTINATIONAL MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES

        The rationale of the work is viewed from the angle where Total reward and employee engagement has been a weakness to many organizations. Fixed minimum wages, increase in the work loads, downsizing have call for effective use of the employee in attaining the organizational goal, hence employee engagement. To attain the organizational goals the management requires the effort of the talent and the expert in the organization which is impossible without effective total reward practices...

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...

Understanding the impact of reward system on employees' effective performance in the Nigerian automobile service industry

ABSTRACT The aim of this empirical study is to understand the impact of reward system on employees’ effective performance in the Nigerian Automobile Service Industry. The purpose of the study is to identify result-oriented reward strategies that will enhance, retain and develop competence and capability of workers in the industry in outweighing prevalence rate of economic recession and competitive rate in the industry. Hence, the primary objective of the study is to critically ...

ASSESSMENT OF THE WHISTLE BLOWER POLICY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA: ISSUES, SOLUTIONS AND BENEFITS.

ABSTRACTThe study carefully analyses Assessment of the whistle blower policy of the federal government of Nigeria: issues, solutions and benefits. Nigerians has long being confronted with the issue of corruption which has eluded the nation of great resources that would have been used for developing infrastructure and the improvement of the living standard of the people.  The major objectives of the paper are: To determine the whistle blowing policy and it significance, To determine the i...

NATURE OF KIDNAPPING AND ARMED BANDITRY IN NIGER DELTA REGION: IMPLICATION FOR NATIONAL SECURITY

ABSTRACTThe study is on the nature of kidnapping and armed banditry in the Niger Delta region: implication for national security. The study focused mainly on the period 2009-2018 being the period there was prevalence of kidnapping and armed banditry in the Niger Delta region and these threatens the national security. It analysed and adopted the Queer Ladder Theory as a framework for the study.The data for this study were obtained from both primary and secondary sources. The primary data were ...

IMPACT OF BANK LENDING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL SCALE FARM HOLDERS (A CASE STUDY OF KABBBUNU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

AbstractProblem of small scale term holders to Nigeria alone there are similar problems all over the developing countries. So far agricultural credit is a known limiting factor to the realization of the dream of this group of farm holders (small scale holders) improve producing despite the birth of the Nigeria small holders had largely been neglected. The need for agricultural credit is to improve other things in agricultural production the impact of bank lending to agricultural development h...

The challenges of debt management in First Bank of Nigeria Plc. IkotEkpene

ABSTRACTA borrower's savings capacity and collateral are associated with the amount of loan to be granted by afinancial  institution.  Most  often,  when  a  debt  is  created,  it  becomes  difficult  to  recover  due  to  poormanagement  by  the  lender  as  well  as  loan diversion  by  the  borrower  consequent  to  inability  to  payba...

Tax Evasion and Its Impact on Government Revenue Generation in Oyo State

State government is faced with varieties of difficulties to source adequate revenue from federal government and internally generated revenue; such problems are gear wheel to the smooth running of state government administration. Thus, the objective of this research was to analyze the extent to which tax evasion had affected revenue generation of Oyo state government. The researcher used secondary method of data collection to generate the needed data. The following were some of the findings wh...

The Effect of Marketing Strategies on Customers Satisfaction A Case Study of Intercontinental Distillers Limited. Osogbo Depot, Nigeria

ABSTRACT This study evaluated the effect of marketing strategies on customers satisfaction in IDL Osogbo depot from (2008-2017). Questionnaires were used as the instrument for data collection .The sample size of this study was 60 staff and customers selected by using simple random sampling. 10 staff and 50 customers were selected from the company and (60) questionnaires were distributed. The finding reveals that 85% of the customers patronize the company product because it offers satisfactio...

The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Employee Performance

  ABSTRACT   This research work examined The Impact of Job Satisfaction dimensions on job performance among the staff of the Divisional Tax Centre in Buea, South West Region Cameroon.  A census was adopted to collect data from twenty eight (28) respondents through a survey questionnaire. Frequency tables, Bar Charts, Pie Charts, graphs and Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Coefficient were used to analyze the data with the aid of Statistical Package for ...

Entrepreneurship Development through Corporate Social Responsibility – A Study of the Nigerian Telecommunication Industry

Beyond the conventional meaning of CSR as a voluntary obligation for enhancing the social, economic and environmental wellness of the society, the developmental-oriented CSR is emerging and requires exploratory and empirical investigations. This research attempts to fill the gap in this direction by examining the Entrepreneurship Development through Corporate Social Responsibility – A Study of the Nigerian Telecommunication Industry. In specific terms, the research seeks deeper underst...

Imperative of Economic Integration Among Muslim Countries: Lessons From European Globalisation

Purpose – The paper was written to highlight the advantages of initiating economic integration among Muslim countries across the globe, drawing special lessons from Europe’s experience; its successful economic integration and challenges which trailed the process.Design/methodology/approach – The methodology is basically descriptive and analytical.Theoretical construct and model on economic integration was developed for adoption by the Muslim countries. The model seeks to ...

The Viability of WAQF and ZAKAH as Social Safety Nets for Poverty Reduction in Nigeria

The purpose of this paper is to explore the viability of waqf and zakah as social safety nets (SSNs) for poverty reduction in Nigeria. The increasing rates of poverty, unemployment, crime, trafficking in persons and ethno-religious conflicts provide justification for an ethical approach to economic development in Nigeria. In making a case for the two ultra-religious models, the qualitative research method was preferred relying on documentary sources. The information s...


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