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The Assessment of Nigeria Urban and Regional Planning Degree 88 of 1992-A Case Study of Onitsha Urban

By Nwagbara, Fidelis Chukwujioke

The Assessment of Nigeria Urban and Regional Planning Degree 88 of 1992-A Case Study of Onitsha Urban

Published: 05/04/2005

Size: 6.87MB

Women in Development: A Case Study of Better Life Programme

By Nwachukwu, Bernadette Izunwa

Women in Development: A Case Study of Better Life Programme

Published: 09/01/1991

Size: 2.95MB

Performance and Reward Relationship in the Civil Service (A Case Study of Abia Sate Civil Service)

By Nwabuko, Linus Okechukwu

Performance and Reward Relationship in the Civil Service (A Case Study of Abia Sate Civil Service)

Published: 05/04/1999

Size: 155.33KB

Financial Resources Mobilisation and Utilisation in Nigerian Postal Services (NIPOST): A Case Study of Enugu Territory

By Nwofia, Johnson Emeka

Financial Resources Mobilisation and Utilisation in Nigerian Postal Services (NIPOST): A Case Study of Enugu Territory

Published: 06/04/2000

Tags: revenue,organizational objectives,financial mobilization utilization techniques

Size: 16.36MB

Staff Discipline in the Anambra State Education Commission: A Review of Nsukka Education Zone from 1980 - 1988

By Nnaji, Elizabeth Nnenna

Staff Discipline in the Anambra State Education Commission: A Review of Nsukka Education Zone from 1980 - 1988

Published: 05/09/1990

Size: 458.86KB

Assessing Manpower Planning in Nigeria. A Case Study of Eleme Local Government Area

By Osaroejii, Arthur Nwakama

Assessing Manpower Planning in Nigeria. A Case Study of Eleme Local Government Area

Published: 01/09/2001

Tags: assessment, manpower, planning, focus, resource devleopment, strategy.

Size: 6.32MB

Assessing Manpower Planning in Nigeria. A Case Study of Eleme Local Government Area

By Osaroejii, Arthur Nwakama

Assessing Manpower Planning in Nigeria. A Case Study of Eleme Local Government Area

Published: 06/09/2001

Tags: manpower planning in Nigeria,human resources development, central goal of manpower planning

Size: 6.32MB

Solid Waste Generation and Management in Central Port Harcourt Metropolis Spatial Analysis

By Onwuka, Grace Adaeze Pg/mpa/1999/00/180

Solid Waste Generation and Management in Central Port Harcourt Metropolis Spatial Analysis

Published: 01/12/1999

Tags: Accumulation ,water pollution, air pollution, environmental

Size: 4.77MB

Multinational Corporation and Manpower Development in Nigeria: A Case Study of Shell Petroleum Development Company Limited Rivers State

By Onumbu, Emmanuel Mpa/99/op/0510

Multinational Corporation and Manpower Development in Nigeria: A Case Study of Shell Petroleum Development Company Limited Rivers State

Published: 08/09/2001

Tags: manpower,petroleum,development,company,shell

Size: 16.16MB

National Minimum Wage and Productivity in the Nigerian Civil Service: A Case Study of Post Primary School Teachers in Delta State

By Onoriode, Endurance O. Pg/mpa/99/ow/0146

National Minimum Wage and Productivity in the Nigerian Civil Service: A Case Study of Post Primary School Teachers in Delta State

Published: 01/10/2001

Tags: national,minimum,wages,productivity

Size: 1.55MB

The Politics of Revenue Allocation in the Nigerian Federation: A Critical Review

By Mbah, Eusebius Chinedu

The Politics of Revenue Allocation in the Nigerian Federation: A Critical Review

Published: 05/03/1999

Size: 7.10MB

Employee-Management Relations in Organizations: A Case Study of Emenite Limited, Emene Enugu 1980-1990

By Mba, Joseph Kalu

The primary obective of any industrial organisation is to achieve the goals for which it was established. The achievement of the goals depends largely on the optimum utilization of the human fincial and material resources of the organisation. Thus, to attain a meaningul gal of industrialization, the principles of employee-management relations must be practised by management and staff in a manner that the dialectic of labour -management relations will be effectively utilized.

Published: 03/03/1992

Size: 2.52MB

An Appraisal of Staff Motivational Techniques and Productivity in Nigerian Public Enterprises: A Case Study of Nigerian Cement Company PLC NKALAGU

By Mba, Brendan Okechukwu

This research is aimed at investigating the motivational strategies put in place in Nigeria Cement Company PLC Nkalagu and how these motivational strategies affected productivity in the company. The Company is one of the public owned enterprises in the country that has recorded huge successes both in terms of quality of products and profit making. The following hypothesis were therefore used to test the impact of the existing incentives in the company Vis- a vis the productivity.

1. The LEVEL OF PRODUCTIVITY IN THE Nigerian Cement Company YLC Nkalagu is determined by the level of motivations and incentives given to its employees.

2. The degree to which the organization succe~ed.s i. n. satisfying theneeds of
its workers determines the amount of efforts to the realization of the organizational objectives.

3. The relative industrial peace in the company is a strong indication of thecordial relationship between the management and workers as well as the organizational productivity attained.

Published: 02/02/2000

Size: 1.25MB

Administration Human Right in Nigeria: A Comparative Study of Shagari (1975-1983) And Babangida (1985-1993) Regimes

By Ibeziako, Veronica Nneka Ndidi

This study aimed at ascertaining the perception of law enforcement agents, human nights activists and legal officers about the administration of human rights law in Nigeria. The study also explored their level of awareness of human rights law, the process of administration these law, the organs involved and the problems associated with the administration of human rights law In Niger.

Published: 11/11/2001

Tags: Administration of Human Right in Nigeria

Size: 8.15MB

Motivation and Administration of Judiciary in Enugu State

By Ezema, Joseph Chika

This study investigted the motivation and the administration the judiciary in Enugu state. The study was intended to identify, establish the adequacy of motivational indices for the effective and and efficienty administration of th judiciary in Enugu state.

Published: 02/11/1999

Tags: Motivation and Administration of Judiciary

Size: 2.32MB