2 edition of Aspects of an analysis of the labour structure of the Nigerian working class. found in the catalog.
Aspects of an analysis of the labour structure of the Nigerian working class.
Written in English
|Series||Studies on developing countries, no. 37, Studies on developing countries (Budapest, Hungary) ;, no. 37.|
|LC Classifications||HD8799.N53 K75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21, vi p.|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||70266102|
A Comparative Analysis of Standard Labour Outputs of Selected Building Operations in Nigeria between the claimed labour output and determined labour output, the mean outputs of the two sample groups were compared using student t-statistic testing, since the . girls and boys around the World are working instead of attending school and enjoying their childhood of which Nigeria account for about %(15million). This paper investigated the motivating factors into child labour in Nigeria, examined Nigerian government efforts at reduction and improvement of child labour and school attendant Size: 64KB.
Labour movements, th e world over, ai m at addressing the needs of the working class, while employers of labour are primarily concerned with maximising profits. The existence of these. Middle-class hatred of working-class people – or, rather, a particular image of working-class people which some hold in their minds – is a different beast, saying more about the way in which Author: Lynsey Hanley.
An Analysis of Industrial Relations Practice in Nigeria and Ghana (Similarities and Differences in their Systems) Adeniji, Moses Adenuga Abstract- This research work compare and contrast industrial relations practice in two West African countries paying a particular . Labour law is very well developed in Nigeria; with laws defining the rights and obligations of labour, and regulating most aspects of the relationship between the employer and labour. This article shall examine these laws and seek to distill the mandatory obligations of an employer under Nigerian law.
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opportunities and are addressed in this volume. This book clearly contains incisive material on the Nigerian labour market and the global economy. It constitutes a significant contribution by Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies (MINILS) to industrial relations' scholarship and labour policy discourse in Size: 1MB.
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LABOUR PRACTICES IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR OF NIGERIAN ECONOMY: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS Ugochukwu.U. Ikeije, Lekan Akomolafe and Chinwe.O. Onuba labour market as part of the Nigerian labour market dichotomy. This is to the extent that dual labour market structure consisting of a capital-intensive, secure primary segment and aFile Size: KB.
Organized Labour into the fray, always engaging governments in perpetual struggles mainly on issues bothering on the welfare of the workers in particular and that of the generality of the Nigerian masses in general.
This aspect of its unique role in the country has become so. LAST week working people celebrated May Day, the international day of working class solidarity. SinceMay Day has become a national holiday in Nigeria. The Nigerian Labour Act is the primary legislation which deals with the relationship between an employer and its employees.
It contains quite a number of provisions which govern this relationship dynamic, and also all the regulatory processes applicable for employers. We at LawPàdí decided to analyse the provisions and highlight a few of the. other labour localities and/or jurisdictions and thereafter conduct an examination of the prospects of industrial democracy in Nigeria.
Concept Of Industrial Democracy The concept of industrial democracy reflects the power structure in a corporation in particular and the industry in general. 3 The concept envisages a conduciveFile Size: KB.
The Gilded Age Summary & Analysis. BACK; NEXT ; The Golden Points. Rapid economic growth generated vast wealth during the Gilded Age. New products and technologies improved middle-class quality of life. Industrial workers and farmers didn't share in the new prosperity, working long hours in dangerous conditions for low pay.
This paper provides a coherent picture from labor market data and imposes some analytic interpretations on this picture. Thus, a brief overview of the Nigerian economy is carried out, with emphasis on the characteristics of the productive structure, the export activities and the trends of the Nigerian labor market since can be understood as the outcome of four circumstances: a.
inflation of SAP can be located within the structure; nature and character of the Nigerian State. WHAT IS LABOUR UNION Suffice it to say that, in this paper, words like labour movements, unions, congress and sometimes trade union are interchangeably use.
However, it is instructive to note that the involvement of labour in politics either at the. This collections of papers, from twenty-seven chapters is on aspects of reforms and labour and employment relations in Nigeria over the past three decades: The Idea of Reform – Professor Dafe Otobo.
Industrial and Labour Issues in Policy Formulation – Hon Justice (Dr) Ben E. Kanyip. The mission of the Nigeria Labour Congress is to organise, unionise and educate all categories of Nigerian workers; defend and advance the political, economic, social and cultural rights of Nigerian workers; emancipate and unite Nigerian workers and people from all forms of exploitation and discrimination; achieve gender justice in the work place and in NLC; strengthen and deepen the ties.
Compilation of essays dealing with various aspects of the Nigerian economy. The study compared the labour outputs of building operatives in sixteen work items of concrete work and blockwork across the South East of Nigeria.
A total of six organised building sites were selected using purposeful sampling technique. Assumed labour outputs were obtained through a questionnaire survey administered to the operatives and determined labour outputs were obtained through a.
income inequality. The structure of the labour market has a significant consequence on employment status and it serves as an important determinant of household income and welfare. Like most labour markets in developing countries, the Nigerian labour market represents one of the major sources of risk through which people fall into Size: KB.
Since independence the Nigeria labour has been so concerned, about its role of promoting rapid development of the nation, critist argued that Nigerian living standard would have risen if Nigerian labour has been up to its task.
Nigerian labour has therefore been described as politically inherently lazy, arrogant and unproductive. The book begins with a look at the contract of employment, the contract upon which labour law revolves. A detailed analysis of the definition of that concept is made in recognition of the fact that an appreciation of that definition paves the way for easy understanding of the : Sam Ihesiene Erugo.
for labour is determined by the marginal revenue product for labour curve Economic theory, postulates that labour demand in the long run is driven by output, the (relative) cost of labour and capacity utilization.
When output increases, more units of the inputs have to be used. If the production structure is fixed, inputs will grow at the same. Analysis of Factors Responsible for Low Productivity of the Nigerian Workers. (A Case Study of Power Holding Company Enugu Zonal Office).
Introduction. Background of the Study. The issue of low productivity of Nigeria workers has in recent years been a matter of great concern to the nation. The rate at which productivity grows is influenced by two things: –.The edited book focuses on the traditional business models of the Igbos of South Eastern Nigeria, which have over the years, successfully produced industrialists, traders, merchants and entrepreneurs.Nigerian labour law looks into the rights, working conditions, minimum wage, termination clauses, and many other rules set by the government of current version of the act was put into place infive years after their current constitution was established.