Industrial Conflict As An Impediment To Personnel Management (a Case Study Of Anammco, Emene, Enugu)

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INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT AS AN IMPEDIMENT TO PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

(A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO, EMENE, ENUGU)

ABSTRACT

 

This topic is on the impact of industrial conflict on personnel management. 

(A case study of Anammco limited Enugu).

The purpose of going into this research work was to examine the various types of industrial conflict that exist in ANAMMCO their source and to proffer solution to such causes of conflict.  

In the cause of this research work the researcher designed a comprehensive questionnaire which was administered to both senior and junior staff of ANAMMCO the questionnaires were filled and returned to the researcher.  The filled questionnaire  were all analysed using chi-square.

          The result of the research questions were used to test the null hypothesis which was accepted because the calculated table valves were less than the critical table valves.

The researcher while analyzing the filled questionnaires find out the following that:

ANAMMCO workers show their grievance atoms thought peaceful demonstration

That industrial conflicts are caused by ineffective Communication Workers are allowed to join the workers union.

Based on the findings, the researcher made some recommendations on the way to stop or minimize conflict in ANAMMCO some of the recommendations are:

Management should have group discussion with the staff to know their feelings

Provisions of suggestion boxes where staff can lodge in their complaints

Functions of workers should be made known to them on employment.

Finally, the researcher gave some aspects of the research work which he was unable to carry out due to time limit for further studies and stated some of the guidance he encountered in the forces of carrying out the research project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TABLS OF CONTENT

 

Title page

Approval

Acknowledgement

Dedication abstract

Table of content

 

CHAPTER ONE:         INTRODUCTION

1.1     Background of the study

1.2     Statement of problem

1.3     Objective of study

1.4     Delimitation of the study

1.5     Research questions

1.6     The significance of the study

 

CHAPTER TWO:       

REVIEW OF THE RELATED LITERATURE

2.1     Type of industrial conflict

2.2     The effect of labour-management conflict in ANAMMCO

2.3     The sources industrial conflict

2.4     Industrial conflict resolution techniques

2.5     Summary of the related review literate

Reference

 

CHAPTER THREE    

METHODOTOGY

3.1     Research design

3.2     Area of study

3.3     Population of the study

3.4     Sample and sampling procedure

3.5     Instrument for data collection

3.6     Validation of instrument

3.7     Reliability of the instrument

3.8     Method of administration of instrument

3.9     Method of date analysis

 

CHAPTER FOUR:     

DATA PRESENTATION AND RESULTS

4.1     Summary of data analyzed results

 

CHAPTER FIVE:       

DISCUSSION OF RESULTS

5.1     Conclusion

5.2     Implications of the research results

5.3     Recommendations

5.4     Suggestions for further research

5.5     Limitation of the study

References

Appendixes

Questionnaires

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

 

INTRODUCTION

1.1     BACKGROUND OF STUDY

For the purpose of clarity and understand it is imperative that the introductory part of this project approach the type by giving definitions of the subject of the project work.

Roder and Rogers (1973) defined the term organization or industrial activities as a stable system of individuals who work together to achieve through a hierarchy of ranks and division of labour a common goals, while on the other and Gray (1980) defined conflicts as a behaviour by one person or group of persons that is purposely designed to inhibit the attainment of goal by another person or a group of person or when one person or a group of persons deliberately interferes with the aim of denying the other goal achievement.

 

However, one should be careful not to confuse conflict with competition and so often the two has been interchangeable but by definitions of the two can be viewed differently.

Conflict takes place when individuals or group have incompatible goals but do not interfere with each other as they both try to attain their respective goal while competition occurs when individuals or groups have incompatible goals and they interfere with each other as they try to attain the respective goals.

In home parents suppress conflict by telling their children to stop fighting.  In schools, teachers are assumed to have correct answers and exams are checked to see whether students are deviating from these.  Most churches stress brotherhood and peace and not conflict.

 

1.2     STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

It has been established that conflict has been with man since beginning of mankind and has no doubt a negative impact on the administrative of personnel polices and programme.  The existence hinders the said industry from achieving its set objectives no matter which ever way one may want to view it, either from the point of the employee or the employee, it is assumed that conflict is an unhealthy development towards the attainment of industrial goal.  The case of ANAMMCO is viewed from the following perspectives:

1)      The effect of labour- Management conflict in ANAMMCO

2)      Types of conflicts and their effect on personnel management

3)      The sources of industrial conflict

 

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