Manpower Recruitment and Selection Strategy in a Manufacturing Firm

MANPOWER RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION STRATEGY IN A MANUFACTURING FIRM

ABSTRACT

The topic of the study is on manpower recruitment and selection strategies in a manufacturing firm, a study of Rock Tama Spring Water Company, Nanka. The researcher used oral interview and questionnaires to gather data. Data so far collected were analyzed using simple average and percentage techniques. Thus were the findings; the observation was that the company depends mostly on internal source of recruitment; Rock Tama Spring Water company does not allow new blood from entering the organization. [Read more…]

Local Government Autonomy and Grass Root Development

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY AND GRASS ROOT DEVELOPMENT (A CASE  OF NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF ENUGU STATE)

ABSTRACT

Local government  Autonomy and grass root development ( A case of Nsukka Local government of Enugu state). The purpose of the study is to determine how local government autonomy has affected grass root development in Nsukka Local government Area of Enugu State. A total population of seven hundred and fifth staff working at Nsukka Local government was chosen for the study. [Read more…]

Leadership and Motivation as Essential Tools for Organizational Growth and Expansion

LEADERSHIP AND MOTIVATION AS ESSENTIAL TOOLS FOR ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH AND EXPANSION ( A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK PLC, ABA)

ABSTRACT

(People entering employing organization) go into these organization with a lot of expectation in mind, in most cases, they (seek) good salary and other motivational factors if they are to be retained in the organization these motivation. Job security, efficient medical services, pension scheme, recognition, transportation, housing, good working condition, promotion among others. [Read more…]

Evaluating The Role of Multinational Companies And Their Social Responsibilities

EVALUATING THE ROLE OF MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES AND THEIR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES (A CASE STUDY OF CHEVRON PLC PORT-HARCOURT)

ABSTRACT

This research work to investigate and evaluate the role of multinational companies and their social responsibilities in port-Harcourt rivers state with special emphasis on (chevron Nigeria Plc). It expresses the need for multinational companies to assist the communities on which they operate and run their business. It also reviews the background of the study including a brief history of chevron Nigeria Plc, the sample size of 370 was randomly selected and use out of the total population 500 workers and based on these 370 questionnaires was distributed to ascertain the social responsibilities of chevron plc to their host community. [Read more…]

An Evaluation Of Staff And Manpower Training And Development In Nigerian Organizations

AN EVALUATION OF STAFF AND MANPOWER TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIAN  ORGANIZATIONS  (A STUDY OF NIGERIA PORT AUTHORITY)

LAGOS STATE

Abstract

This research work was designed to study training and development of employees in service organization. This study titled “An Evaluation of the effect of manpower training and development in service organization A case study of Nigeria Port Authority of Nigeria (NPA) Lagos zone is of the view of finding out the way by which training and development can be conducted. The objective of this study is to highlight the advantages of human resources training and development and recommended an appropriate measure that could help improve the current human resources training programmes. Relevant data for this research work were collected from both primary and secondary sources of data. A descriptive method was used for this study. The total population of the staff in the organization is 250 out of which questionnaires were drawn from staff of the organization which constitute a sample size of 154. The statistical instrument used in testing the validity of the hypothesis was Chi-square. Among other findings of the work was that training and development programmes improve was that training and development programmes improve productivity and better performance. The research therefore recommends that there should be a free flow of information to enable all the staff to be aware of the training and development programme available to them both internally and externally. [Read more…]