PROBLEMS OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN ENUGU STATE GOVERNMENT PAPA STATES
Problem of human resource managers in Nigeria organizations. A case study of Enugu State broadcasting service [ESBS] Enugu from 200 to 2005 this aims to bivalve the mysteries surrounding Nigeria organizations which has in no small measure resulted in inefficient and ineffective running of most organization in the country. The internal and the external constraints.
For this particular research work some problems are given solutions some methods were used for the gathering analysis and presentation of data. Primary and secondary sources of data were employed for this project like human resource management interview and questionnaires were all used to licit facts for the work.
At the and of the whole exercise our research and findings revealed that some problems rally exist in Nigerian organizations which if properly handled be well trained human resources managers will be reduced to bearable minimum level
LIST OF TABLE
3.1 Whether importance is attached to human resource management in ESBA
3.2 Seated department for study the ESBA
3.3 Recovery rate/ percentage from respondents
4.2 Effects of problems of human resource managers in the ESBS.
4.3 The impact of trade union in human resource management of ESBS.
4.4 Workers interest in joining trade union
4.5 Defects of trade union in ESBS.
4.6 Cause of human resource management problems
TABLE OF CONTENT
List of table
Table of content
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of problem
1.3 Purpose of the study
1.4 Scope of study
1.5 Research question
1.6 Research hypothesis
1.7 Significance of study
1.9 Definition of terms
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
2.1 Literature review
2.2 Definition of human resource
2.3 The origin of human resource
2.4 Problem of human resource
2.5 Ways of alleviating these problems
3.0 Research design and methodology
3.2 Sources of data
3.3 Sample size determination
3.4 Instrument for data collection
3.5 Validity of the instruments
3.6 Reliability of the instrument
Data presentation and analysis
4.1 Presentation and analysis of data
4.2 Test of hypothesis
4.3 Summary of results
CHAPTER FIVE- DISCUSSION RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSIONS
5.1 Discussion of findings
5.3 Implications of the research finding
5.5 Suggestions for further research
1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY
Technical efficiency will be inadequate to achieve organizational success. Problem of human resource should not be though of as something separate from technical problem. Both are put of a single situation that need to be understood and dealt with by the line officials beginning with the does executive officer (CEO)
Also human effort differs form other factors of production. This is due to the fact that the employee has his own objectives which must be integrated and reconciled with those of management or the organization. In carrying out human resources management practices both individuals and group relations are taken into account.
Human resource management according to Strawese (1988:98) “started in the from of record keeping. It kept employment records of workers and management or rather managers including such factual materials as date employed background information successive jobs held in the organization with dates and wages received disciplinary penalties imposed and other maters in the relationship of the individual to the organization
Majority of the people with particular reference to the elite will be wondering why there are problem of human resource management in the private and public sectors of Nigeria organizations. First of all emphasis will be made on the importance of human resource in every economy. factually Wendell (1984:30) described human resources as “ those individuals engaged in any organizational activity regard less of level
Human resources management is also concerned with he obtaining of the best possible staff of any organization and having gotten then looking after them so that they will stay and give the best of their jobs. However Wendell went further to emphasize that there are no demarcation for was and women working for an organization. The human resources of the government for example in the Enugu State boasting service (ESBS) Enugu ranging from the manager down to the messengers.
Any activities in the organization from stating to the finishing stages depend on human resources or the staff therefore any organization aimed at achieving some of her goals must adequately be motivated. The researcher clearly understands that the goal of the organization cannot be achieved only by providing and ensuring adequate supply of personnel. This because the human resources or personnel staff that are not well motivated in an organization can never give out their best furthermore James ( 1978:73) observed that the effective use of people is the key productivity. Motivation of employees in an organization is to get the best of their skill and abilities.
James further observed that although the task of motivating workers rested on the managements team as a whole. Managers have more rules to play in other words the sort of continuous day to day coaching appraisal and encouragement that the employee will need will be more than over before managers have upper hands in motivating workers. When managers work together with their workers they will know and satisfy their problems for better result.
In most case the above is expected to be obtained in the public sector but reverse is the case. This is because government will be able to maintain constant and adequate supply of personnel staff let alone motivating the little they have finally, his project will be a contribution finding possible solutions to most of the problems of human resource managers in Nigerian organizations in general and Enugu state particular
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
It is pertinent to note that adequate emphasis have not been laid by parastatals in terms of promoting a favourable ground for human resources managers and this has greatly affected their performances