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AN ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

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AN ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

Abstract

Human resources management exist to help employees and organization reach their numerous goals. In the course of doing this, they face many challenges arising from the demands of the employees, the organizations and the society. And, in a depressed economy like Nigeria, it takes an effective and efficient human resources manager to meet these challenges proactively. The purpose of human resources management is to improve the productive contribution of people in the organization in way that are strategically, ethically and socially responsible. This purpose guides the study and practice of human resources management. In line with the above, this research work investigated low productivity of workers as a basis for investigating the methodology adopted in managing human resources in Emenite Enugu. The study is divided into five chapters. Chapter one is the introductory chapter in which major direction of the work is discussed. Chapter two discussed the review of the related literature. Chapter three discussed the research design and methodology, while chapter four discussed the presentation and analysis of data. Chapter five discussed the findings, recommendations and conclusions based on the analysed data. From the data collected and analysed it was found that the human resources management techniques, methods and process employed by Emenite improved workers performance and productivity of the organization

  • CHAPTER ONE
    1.0 INTRODUCTION 1
    1.1 Background of the study 1
    1.2 Historical background of Emenite ltd 8
    1.3 The statement of the problem 20
    1.4 Objectives of the study 22
    1.5 Significance of the study 23
    1.6 Scope and limitation of the study 23
    1.7 Research Question 25
    1.8 Definition of terms 26
    References 31
  • CHAPTER TWO
    2.0 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 32
    2.1 Overview of human resource management 32
    2.2 Human resource planning-job evaluation 38
    2.3 Recruitment 40
    2.4 Selection 42
    2.5 Orientation of new employees 43
    2.6 Training and development 44
    2.7 Motivation as a human resources strategy 46
    2.8 Management and Employee relationship 54
    2.9 Employees performance appraisal 56
    2.10 Reward system 57
    2.11 Separation 59
    2.12 Issues influencing human resource activities 62
    2.12.2 Work Group influence 64
    2.12.3 Nature of task 64
    2.12.4 Budget 65
    2.12.5 External environment forces 66
    2.12.6 Economic conditions 67
    2.12.7 Government requirement and regulations 68
    2.12.8 Labour market 70
    2.12.9 Trade union /labour organization 70
    2.12.10 Collective bargaining process 73
    2.13.1 Strategic management 75
    2.13.2 Managing Fundamentals 77
    2.13.3 Human resources management approach 79
    2.13.4 Industrial relations strategy 82
    2.13.5 Marketing strategy 84
    2.13.6 Downsizing 86
    2.13.7 Teamwork 89
    2.13.8 Just in time 90
    2.13.9 Evaluating the efficacy of HRM 90
    References 92
    CHAPTER THREE
    RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
    3.1 Methodology 97
    3.2 Design of the study 97
    3.3 Sources of data 98
    3.3.1 Primary data 98
    3.3.2 Secondary data 100
    3.4 Procedure in collection of data 100
    3.5 Population of the study 101
    3.6 Determination of sample size 101
    3.7 Validity of the instrument 104
    3.8 Reliability of the instrument 105
    3.9 Treatment of data 106
    References 107
    CHAPTER FOUR
    4.0 PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
    OF DATA 108
    4.1 Introduction 108
    4.2 Presentation and analysis of data 109
    CHAPTER FIVE
    5.0 SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, RECOMMENDATIONS
    AND CONCLUSIONS 127
    5.1 Findings of the study 127
    5.2 Recommendations 129
    5.3 Conclusion 130

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