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Title:Reforms and Nigerian labour and employment relations: perspectives, issues and challenges
Editor:Otobo, DafeISNI
Year:2016
Pages:479
Language:English
City:Lagos
Publisher:Malthouse Press
ISBN:9789497113; 9789789497119
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:labour
employment
economic development
industrial development
trade unions
working conditions
Abstract:This collective volume deals with aspects of economic reform, labour and employment relations, human resource management and workers' rights in Nigeria. Contributions: The idea of reform (Dafe Otobo); Industrial and labour issues in policy formulation (Ben E. Kanyip); Regulatory instruments and industrial relations in Nigeria (Ifeanyi P. Onyeonoru); Measuring the democratic rights of Nigerian workers by international standards (O.V.C. Okenne); Contemporary developments in human resource management: implications for performance enhancement and service delivery in Nigeria's modern sector (Segun Matanmi); Bank sector recapitalisation: matters arising for labour and Nigerian society (Oluwatoyin Frederick Idowu); Pricing of petroleum products in Nigeria (Peter I. Ozo-Eson); Economic reforms in Nigeria: an analysis of employment generation in telecommunication sector (Muhammed Muttaka Usman); Information communication technology, productivity of labour and the development of the Nigerian economy (Chukwuemeka Ifegwu-Eke); Economic reforms, labour market institutions and poverty reduction in Nigeria (S.A. Abdulsalam); Response of organised labour to economic reforms in Nigeria (Yusuf Noah); The trade union movement and the challenges of economic reforms in the emerging Nigerian economy (K.O. Kester, A.R. Bankole, O.S. Samuel); Between rhetoric and action: the Nigerian working class and neo-liberal economic policies (Funmi Adewumi); Host communities and businesses: implications for labour relations and human resource management (Dafe Otobo); On unfair labour practices in the oil and gas industry (NUPENG & Olawale Afolabi); Reforms, industrial and employment relations in Nigeria: perspectives, issues and challenges (Pengassan & Bayo Olowoshile); What about industrial relations? (Issa Aremu); Reforming employment and labour relations in Nigeria (Chris Obisi); Labour and legal challenges in redundancy and some other employment practices in Nigeria (Israel N.E. Worugji); Employment and work relations in university system in Nigeria (Dafe Otobo); Human resources management in Nigerian security services (Etannibi Alemika); Trade unions and industrial relations practice in the health sector (Baba Ayelabola); Feminist perspective of workers' rights and labour standards in Nigeria (Asikia Ige (nee Karibi-Whyte)); Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) in perspective (Ibrahim Wakawa); Current issues and trends in effective arbitration (Ben B. Kanyip); Overview of the Trade Disputes Act and its application to trade disputes settlement in Nigeria (Ben B. Kanyip); Constitutionalization of the status of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria: a panacea for industrial harmony? (Offornze Amucheazi). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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