HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF STAFF TRAINING CENTER, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE
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Human Resource Management In Nigeria: A Case Study Of Staff Training Center, Benin City, Edo State, Abstract
This Research Work Was Carried Out To Investigate The Human
Resource Management In Nigeria- A Survey ...
This research work was carried out to investigate the human
resource management in Nigeria. A survey method was used for this study.
Questionnaires method was also used to collect data from the respondents for
this study, in carrying out this study, the relevant literature were reviewed
the population of this study consisted of the entire students while the sample
is 100. Simple random sampling method was used others that the non availability
of modern office equipment can delay the processing of information, physical
and psychological state of mind of an individual is a yardstick to effective
human resource management. It recommend among others that more equipment should
be provided to supplement that already existing ones, and a more effective
combination of all human resources management should be adopted to reduce human
resource management problems.
Background of the study
Statement of the problems
Purposes of study
Significant of the study
Scope of the study (Delimitation)
Limitation of the study
Review of related literature
Methodology and procedure of study
Population of the study
Sample of the study
Sampling techniques adopted
Validation of instrument
Method of data collection
Method of data analysis
Presentation of data and discussion of results
Use of relevant table or statistics to present and analyze the data
A discussion of the results derived from the data
1.1BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Resource management focuses on the total utilization of scarce
resource such as man, machine, money, materials etc in order to achieve
pre-determined organizational objectives. In the course of utilizing resources,
a manager is involved in the basic function of planning; directing, organizing
and controlling of all the resources mentioned above, man is the most important
because h is needed to activate the other resources and thus the main
instrument for the attainment of the objectives of the organization.
Thus, all activities of any enterprises or country are initiated
and determined by the persons that make up that institution plants, offices,
computers, automated equipments, and all other resources that a country uses
are unproductive except for human effort and direction. In other words, all
other resource in Edo State are passive and need to be employed by human being
to become productive. It is therefore, based on the above that this topic human
resources management is devoted. According to Stoner and Freeman (1992) human
resources management is the management function that deals with recruitment,
placement, training and development of organization members.
Human resource management (HRM) is a staff function. HRM managers
advise the managers throughout the organization. Furthermore, the state,
society and country or even company in Edo State may need more or fewer
employees and managers from time to time. The HRM process is an ongoing
procedure that tries to keep the organization supplied with the right people in
positions in Edo State, when they are needed.
Yusuf et al (1991) declared that some administrators of works and
others related institution of work they combined with many resources to
accomplish organizational goals, people to carryout the work activities,
building to have organizational operations, equipment to facilitate good
productive act and financial resources to fund the state and the country at
large. That is the reason for forming staff training centre in Edo State.
1.2STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEMS
The researcher has chosen this topic “Human resource management”
with the aim of identifying and highlighting the constraints that have impeded
or hindered the achievement of productive human resources in Edo State and what
the future holds (solutions to the problems identified) in store for Edo
States. The people from Edo State has not enjoy any appreciable benefit of human
resource management and this has not help the economy development of Edo State.
1.3PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
The purpose of this study include:
i.To examine the concept “human resources
ii.To examine the problems facing human resources
in Edo State, using staff training center Benin City as a parenthesis.
iii.To examine and proffer solution to the problems
facing human resources management.
1.4SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The study of human resource management is important because of the
general view held that productivity depend on human resources management in an
organization. The study of this nature is important because of the following
1.It will help in human resource planning
2.It will also encourage high productivity or
increase in output
3.It will also help to recruit staff in the state
4.It will encourage staff training and development
5.It will also encourage staff performance
6.The promotion, transfer, demotion and
separations of staff will be encouraged.
7.it will help to determine the problems
militating against human resources development
8.and lastly, to determine or find solutions to
the identified problems
The research questions for this project are as follows:
1.Does human resource management help to fight
against the pending problems of employment in the State?
2.Does human resource management contributes to
the economic development of Edo State.
3.Can human resource management help in staff
recruitment, staffing, promotion, demotion
4.Can finance help in human resource training and
5.Does human resource management help in the
increase of output in the State?
1.6SCOPE OF THE STUDY (DELIMITATION)
The scope of the study will be limited to staff training center
aid Edo State only.
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