HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON PRODUCTIVITY IN A MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF FLOUR MILL NIG. PLC ILORIN)

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PROPOSAL

The  purpose of carrying out this project work is to examine Human Resource management and its effect an productivity in a manufacturing industry. ( A case study of flour mill Nig. Plc Ilorin)  with a view to investigate how such effort have impact on the moral and job satisfaction. In the organization of the employees sub objectives. The productivity crises in Nigeria is real. The researcher therefore find it necessary to identify and analyze there variables. In order to provide grounds tailgating against these crises.

Chapter one concerned with introduction, statement of research problem, objectives of the study, significance of the study, scope and limitation of the study.

Chapter two deals with main objective of the study include the cause of bias, recruitment drive and poor remuneration of staff.

Chapter three deals with the historical background, it also elaborated on the research design to develop a mental image to the way which data will be gathered and analyzed sampling procedure and sample size.

Chapter four concerned with data presentation and interpretation, presentation of data. According to research question and hypothesis finally discussion of research finding.

Chapter five contain of summary of findings, conclusion recommendation of the project work and bibliography.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE                                                                                    PAGES

CERTIFICATION                                                                                      I

DEDICATION                                                                                           II

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS                                                                        III

PROPOSAL                                                                                               IV

TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                           V

CHAPTER ONE

  1. INTRODUCTION                                                                                      1
    1. STATEMENT OF RESEARCH PROBLEM                                             3
    1. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY                                                                  3
    1. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY                                                  4
    1. SCOPE OF THE STUDY                                                                 5
    1. LIMITATION OF THE STUDY                                                       5

CHAPTER TWO

2.1     LITERATURE REVIEW                                                                  6

2.2     INTRODUCTION                                                                                      6

2.3     HUMAN RESOURCE PERSPECTIVE                                           7

2.4     HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING                                                          8

2.5     RATIONALE FOR RESOURCES PLANNING                               10

2.6     TRAINING AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT                                   24

2.7     MOTIVATION THEORY                                                                25

2.8     MOTIVATION THROUGH WAGES AND SALARY

          STRUCTURE                                                                                   27

2.9     CONTEMPORARY APPROACH TO MOTIVATION                    30

2.10   LINKERS SYSTEM FOR MANAGEMENT                                   32

2.11   STRIKE AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR BARGAIN                                    34

2.12   STRIKE AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING                                 34

2.13   STRIKE AND LOCKERS                                                                35

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.1     INTRODUCTION                                                                                      37

3.2     HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF FLOUR MILLS OF

          NIGERIA PLC                                                                                  37

3.3     RESEARCH DESIGN                                                                      38

3.4     METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION                                                        39     

3.5     SAMPLING PROCEDURE AND SAMPLE SIZE                                     40

3.6     METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS                                                   40

CHAPTER FOUR

4.1     INTRODUCTION                                                                                      41

4.2     DATA PRESENTATION AND INTERPRETATION                     41

4.3     PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA ACCORDING TO         RESEARCH QUESTION AND HYPOTHESIS                                 56

4.4     DISCUSSION OF RESEARCH FINDINGS                                              61

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION    

5.1     SUMMARY                                                                                      64

5.2     CONCLUSION                                                                                 65

5.3     RECOMMENDATION                                                                    65

BIBLIOGRAPHY            

CHAPTER ONE

  1. INTRODUCTION

Background information of the study introduction.

          Human resources management refers to a set of people oriented functions or activities that involves the effective acquisition, use and maintenance of the human resources within an organization.

          This definition highlights the facts that human resources management in any organization must focus on the people, their needs, expectation values and legal rights within the work organization and the use of appropriate human resources management strategies that would ensure the satisfaction and accomplishment of individual as well as corporate goals.

          In other words putting the human energy to productive use is what human resources management is all about. There are lots of problem of personnel management that have attracted the attention of human recourses specialist and policy maker in recent years.

          It well be naïve of us if we pretend that there is no productivity crises in our country. It would even be more dangerous to think that it constitutes no serious threat to her national economy, the productivity crises in Nigeria is real since the early 80’s there has been a downward trend in productivity with the advent of structural adjustment programme, the capacity utilization of our industrial organization has shrunk to an all time low level. In some quarters the reason has been attributed to declining motivation to work, poor work attitude and work ethic and in their quarters the reason lies in government or employers insensitivity to worker’s concern and the consultant deteriorating standards of living.

          Evidence, depicting dissatisfied disinvited workers abound in our society. Morale is low, work is over regulated and workers are over burdened with terrifying economic and society problems like rapid price increase, mounting. Job insecurity, alienation, rapidly, declining quality of work life in public and private sectors, the nature of work life has become humdrum, boring and underinsuring and there remains a growing emptiness in the work life experience of many Nigeria. In any manufacturing sector, the aim is to achieve this, wage/salaries of the employee is very low, this become a problem in the production efficiency.

          In addition, human resources management in manufacturing industries is a very challenging task because it deals with a lot of variables that one dependent upon each other. These variables will surely increase as the manufacturing sectors grows complex. Also, it is difficult to trace the side effect of the changes within a particular area of management responsibility.

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON PRODUCTIVITY IN A MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF FLOUR MILL NIG. PLC ILORIN)