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Motivation of Teachers in Government Secondary Schools in Nsukka Urban of Enugu S

By Ogara, Millicent I.

This study examined the motivation of teachers in government owned secondary schools in Nsukka Urban. In the course of this work, four research questions were raised and three research hypothesis formulated. All these gave guidance to the work. Further more, structured questionnaire was developed and validated by experts in the department. The questionnaire was administered to two hundred teachers in ten public schools in Nsukka urban

Published: 02/12/2018

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Motivation of Teachers in Government Secondary Schools in Nsukka Urban of Enugu State

By Ogara, Millicent I.

This study examined the motivation of teachers in government owned secondary schools in Nsukka Urban. In the course of this work, four research questions were raised and three research hypothesis formulated. All these gave guidance to the work.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: motivation, teachers in government, research hypothesis formulated.

Size: 855.23KB

Inadequate Funding of Secondary School in Enugu State; Critical Analysis- A Case Study of Secondary Schools in Nsukka Education Zone

By Ararum, Agnes N

This research was motivated by the perenial problems of inadequate funding and financial mmagement in our secondary school system.

Published: 07/06/2001

Tags: Inadequate Funding of Secondary School in Enugu State; Critical Analysis-

Size: 34.38MB

Military Government and Labour-Management Relations in Nigeria: 1985-1993

By Odoh, Fidelis Okonkwo

Military intervention in Nigeria politics restricts our thought, in its
first instance, to apparent changes from civilian leaders or politicians to
their military counterparts. Stretching our thought further, we get
u reminded of the comparisons of democracy and military dictatorship. At
this point we are still restricted to the issue of leaders and their subjects
vis a vis the "good life".

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: military dictatorship, democracy, Nigeria politics, military counterparts

Size: 3.64MB

The Role of Trade Unions in Collective Barganing: A Case Study of the Nigerian Union of Teachers in Nigeria

By Odo, Clement A

Trade union generally emerge from the efforts of workers to seek an improvement of existing condition through collective notion. These conditions any relates to wages, hours of work and other condition of employments.

Published: 21/01/1998

Tags: employments, Trade union,

Size: 6.62MB

An Evaluation of the Proceeds and Administration of Value Added Tax (VAT) in Kogi State of Nigeria

By Ocheni, Ikani Stephen

The administration of the Value Added Tax (VAT) in Kogi State was
evaluated within contexts of the unitary structure and processes of VAT
system in Nigeria. The focus of the study was on the actual proceeds or
collections from VAT as opposed to the expected or potential.

Published: 21/02/2018

Tags: Proceeds and Administration, Value Added Tax (VAT).

Size: 7.81MB

Budgeting in Public Enterprises: A Case Study of Anambra State Water Corporation Awka

By Mottoh, Charles Chinedu

Budgeting in Public Enterprises: A
Case Study of Anambra State Water
Corporation Awka

Published: 21/02/1993

Tags: water, water corporation, enterprise

Size: 152.54KB

Budgetary Control in Public Corporations: A Case Study of Nigerian Coal Corporation, Enugu

By Obileri, Jude Uzodinma

Some non-ministerial governmental organizations came into existence as a result of governments acting in the capacity of entrepreneurs. Such organizations are refered to as public enterprises.

Published: 21/06/1987

Tags: public enterprises. governments, entrepreneurs, non-ministerial governmental organizations .

Size: 11.40MB

“problems of Personnel Management in a State – Owned Enterprise in Abia State

By Evurulobi, Ezenwoke I

The place of employees in any organization, private or government cannot be over emphasized. Organization today face many challenges in the management of their employee - challenges that range from constant changes in organizational environment, through unmotivated workforce to shortage of skilled manpower even in the face of heavy unemployment problem.

Published: 09/09/2006

Tags: “problems of Personnel Management

Size: 834.70KB

AN APPRAISAL OF SENIOR STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES IN FEDERAL COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN THE NORTH EAST –NIGERIA, 2009 – 2014

By Musa, Muhammad Sani

This study is an Appraisal of Senior Staff Training and Development Schemes in Federal Colleges of Education in North East, Nigeria (2009 – 2014). The basic aim of this study is to analyze the effectiveness of the staff training and development programs of the Federal Colleges of Education in North East, Nigeria with a view to identifying the problems militating against the effective implementation of senior staff training and development programs and whether the Colleges have been able to achieve their manpower needs. The research also intended to find out reasons for the Colleges’ inability to retain staff after they had undergone training and development. The study was predicated on the following objectives: Analyse the effectiveness of staff training and development Schemes of the Federal Colleges of Education in the North East, Nigeria; Identify the problems militating against the effective implementation of the Senior staff training and development Schemes of the Colleges, Find out the reasons for the Colleges’ inability to retain staff after they have undergone training and development. The study also reviewed relevant literature in order to focus on the gap in the literature.

Published: 24/08/2017

Tags: senior staff training, Federal colleges of education, North East Nigeria

Size: 790.12KB

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTEGRATED PAYROLL AND PERSONNEL INFORMATION SYSTEM AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE NIGERIAN FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE 2006-2015

By Duenya, Wilfred I.

This study examined implementation of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System and the Administration of the Nigerian Federal Civil service, 2006-2015. Our passion for efficient and effective service delivery in the Nigerian public life has provided an impetus for this study. The Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) which is one of the major reform programmes introduced in the Nigerian Federal Civil Service has since its inception in 2006 provided a reliable and comprehensive database of employees. This study adopted descriptive survey design method. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were used in the study. Population of the study was 102,935 staff of the five ministries that were involved in the pilot phase of IPPIS implementation. The sample population size of 204 staff was obtained using Yaro Yamane sample size determination formula. Purposive sampling technique was used in selecting Permanent Secretaries, Directors and Desk Officers. Stratified random sampling technique was used in selecting staff for questionnaire administration. Simple random sampling technique was used in selecting within each grade of staff. Data were obtained from primary and secondary sources.

Published: 23/07/2017

Tags: integrated payroll, personnel information system, Nigerian Federal Civil Service

Size: 1.37MB

ECONOMIC REFORM IN POWER SECTOR- A CASE STUDY OF POWER HOLDING COMPANY OF NIGERIA

By Ozioko Festus C.

This project focused on economic reform in Nigeria, using the power sector as a case study (i.e. Power Holding company of Nigeria Plc economic reform as one of the key ingredients in development and growth of Nigeria economy requires commitment and utilization of resources both from the private and public sector organizations. Other objectives of the study are, to investigate if effective economic reform in power sector will promoted power sector actually justify the staggering amount of resources spent on the sector by Obasanjo ‘s administration, to examine the extent to which the reform in the power sector has brought fundamental positive changes during the administration of president Obasanjo among others. In the course of this work, various data were gathered and appropriate literatures to the subject matter were reviewed in detail. The explanatory approach consisting of survey and field study was employed far the research. This method was necessary as the researcher used it for a thorough study about the subject matter in which conclusion based on findings and analyses was drawn. Hypotheses were formulated, tested and this gave credence to the following findings, that,’ effective economic reform in power sector will promote industrial activities of the nations economy., the reform in the power sector has actually justified the staggering amount of resources spent on the sector by Obasanjo‘s administration, the reform in the power sector has brought fundamental positive changes in the power sector. however; the following recommendations were made base on the research findings, that; government should ensure level playing ground for the independent power producers and other genuine investors in the power business, members of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission should be effective, efficient, un biased in its role and corruption-free while the body itself should be truly independent, consumers of energy should be provided with a good education on the most efficient use of energy among others.

Published: 16/05/2015

Tags: economic reform, power sector, PHCN

Size: 6.08MB

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN ENUGU STATE CIVIL SERVICE, NIGERIA, 2001 - 2014

By Odo, Eugene Onyebuchi

The method of carrying out functions and duties in this contemporary world is enhanced with the application of management information system (MIS). Many organizations have seen this as the reason to automate their corporation, why others are contemplating to do so. With the knowledge above, the main objective of this study was to assess the impact of management information system (MIS) and human resource management (HRM) in the Enugu State civil service, 2001– 2014. The specific objectives were to identify the roles of MIS for human resource management in Enugu State civil service, to find out the relationships between MIS and record keeping and planning in Enugu State Civil Service, ascertain how Enugu State has provided facilities, skills and competencies required for the application of MIS for human resources management in civil service, identify the major challenges of MIS for human resources management in the civil service of Enugu State. The population of the study was 10,215. The sample size of the study was 400, selected from the personnel from 10 ministries in the state. The researcher purposively selected 10 ministries suitable for the data collection. Data for the study were gathered through primary and secondary methods. This was also analysed using one way analysis of variance (ANOVA), with significance level set at p ˂ 0.05.

Published: 24/07/2017

Tags: management information system, human resource management, Enugu State Civil Service

Size: 907.00KB

EFFECTS OF MINIMUM WAGE IMPLEMENTATION ON WORKERS’ IN THE IMO STATE CIVIL SERVICE OF NIGERIA, 1999-2012.

By Nwobi, Uchechukwu Anthony

The responsibility of every government is to ensure the welfare of the citizens. One of the means of achieving this is through the legislation of minimum wage. There was a persistent cry of workers that their minimum wage was far lower than the minimum cost of providing their basic needs even under strict financial management. Previous studies on minimum wage in Imo State concentrated on its determination, setting and adjustment. Little effort was made to study the effects of minimum wage implementation on workers’ in Imo State civil service. That prompted the need to evaluate the effects of the implementation of minimum wage on civil servants in Imo State civil service. The specific objectives of the study were to examine the implementation strategies of minimum wage on workers’ well-being in Imo State civil service, investigate the extent to which implementation of minimum wage has affected the well-being of workers’ in Imo State civil service and find out the problems that militated against the implementation of minimum wage on workers’ well-being in Imo State civil service. To achieve this objective, the paper adopted a survey research. A proportionate random sampling technique of respondents was used.

Published: 23/06/2017

Tags: minimum wage, workers, Imo State Civil Service

Size: 2.67MB

IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UTURU, 2007-2015

By Dyboh, Michael O

This study is on the impact of Information and Communication Technology on employee training and development in Nigeria: A study of Abia State University, Uturu. The information and communication technology has become an invaluable tool for learning and research. The benefits are so enormous that there is no sphere of life without the information and communication technology. This is certainly true for tertiary institutions. Premised on this consciousness, the survey research design method was adopted in carrying out the study. The objectives of the study were to investigate how the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has impacted on employee training and development in Abia State University, Uturu and to determine the factors that have constrained the functioning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) facilities in Abia State University, Uturu .And finally to make appropriate recommendations on how to improve Information and Communication Technology (ICT) facilities for employee training in Abia State University, Uturu. The study revealed that incessant power failure, non-existent of internet connectivity among others were obstacles to information and communication technology on employee training and development in ABSU. The paper recommended among others that government should pay adequate attention to electric power supply such as solar energy and procure good generator machines to the institution as standby power source.

Published: 24/10/2016

Tags: ICT, employee training, development, Abia, 2007-2015

Size: 330.00KB