Strategies of Human Resource Management in Universities in Ebonyi State, Nigeria
Keywords:human resources, strategy, management, university etc
This paper examined the strategies of Human Resources Management (HRM) in Tertiary institutions in Ebonyi State. Five (5) null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study, while a population of 570 academic staff of ranks of senior lecturers and above which represented (100%) of the population as respondents. Z-test was used to test the null hypotheses and results indicated that all the null hypotheses were not rejected. From the findings, the following among others were recommended; HRM strategies should he harmonized in both state and federal universities adequate accommodation, teaching materials and conducive organizational climates be provided for staff motivation; all capacity building programmes for staff should be re-invigorated through adequate funding and universities should liaise with international donor agencies/countries to promote staff development through scholarship awards, exchange programmes, provision of research grants and fellowship programmes.
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