Factors Responsible for Human Resources Management for Tertiary Education Goals Achievement in Ebonyi State of Nigeria
This paper centered fully on the factors responsible for human resources management for tertiary education goals achievement in Ebonyi State. The author succeeded in itemizing and discussing twenty factors that could aid the achievement of tertiary education goals in Ebonyi State and beyond to include: 1. Prompt payment of staff salaries and allowances; 2. Regular promotion of staff; 3. Provision of staff training and education; 4. Employment of adequate staff among others. The author ended by recommending a total adoption or application of the twenty factors discussed for easy achievement of the tertiary education goals. Â Â Â Â Â
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