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THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT IN ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF IBETO COMPANY NNEWI

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Abstract
This research work is an attempt to critically and exhaustively examine the impact of personnel management in organization. The purpose of this work is to determine the impacts of effective personnel management in organizational performance, the problems, roles and factors that affect personnel management and how to maximize productivity. The research high light the introduction of the study. The literature review relating to impact of personnel management was analyzed. The questionnaire was draw up and with IT, data was collected. The population of the study was three hundred and from this, samples were draw. The information obtained from the questionnaire were analyzed using tables and percentages. Five research question was formulated which help guide the study. The major finding of the study were: the method of reward  is not clearly recognized or stated. The manager does not understand the capabilities and limitations of employees. The leadership structure affects workers performance. The way management handles promotion is not encouraging. There is always a visible and invisible conflict between management staff. It was concluded that it offers understanding among staff, it reduces high incidence of labour unrest, it fosters proper co-ordination of staff and their activities in the organization, it improve employees job skill through in service and evening course etc. the major recommendation were that fund should always be made available as it is very vital in running an organization. Management should always pay their workers as it when due.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title Page                                            i
Approval                                            ii
Dedication                                        iii
Acknowledgement                                    iv
Table of Contents                                    v
Abstract                                            viii

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION
1.1    Background of the Study                        1
1.2    Statement of the Problems.                        6
1.3    Purpose of the Study                            7
1.4    Significance of the Study                        9
1.5    Research Questions                            10
1.6    Scope/Delimitation of the Study                    11
1.7    Definition of Terms.                            11

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1    Introductory Over View and Definition.                18   
2.2    Development of Personal Management.                21
2.3    Functions of Personal Management                25
2.4    The Importance of Personal Management            34
2.5    Problems Associated with Manager.                 36   
2.6    The Role of Personnel Manager                    38
2.7    Organizational Effectiveness.                     40   
2.8    Summary of Related Literature.                    41

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1    Design of the Study                            43
3.2    Area of the Study                                43
3.3    Population of the Study                            43   
3.4    Sample of the Study                            44
3.5    Instrument of Data Collection                    46
3.6    Validation of Instrument                        48
3.7    Distribution and Retrieval of Instrument            49
3.8    Method of Data Analysis.                        50

CHAPTER FOUR

4.1    Data Presentation and Analysis                     51

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1    Summary of Findings                             59
5.2    Conclusion                                    61
5.3    Recommendations                                62
5.4    Limitation of the Study                            65
5.5    Contribution to Knowledge and Originality            66
Reference                                        67
    Appendix A                                    69
    Questionnaires                                 70



THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT IN ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF IBETO COMPANY NNEWI

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Project ID BAM2717
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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 80 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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