Many job-seekers are prepared for employment; however, a segment of people looking for work don't have what are called job readiness skills. Job readiness skills are the basic, fundamental skills that a job seeker or an employee must have to be employable.
Practically speaking life itself could be tiring. Looking for, finding, and keeping a job could be mountainously challenging. I cannot promise you that what I am going to say will form a miraculous wand with which you could get a job in a flash, or that will guarantee your keeping the one you have.
In a team, being smart does not mean being the most intelligent, but having simple, common-sense about people and situations.
President Muhammadu Buhari carefully advised Nigerians to brace for the worst, economically speaking. One of the glaring pointers to economic hardship is unemployment.
Stallone-Obaraemi Samuel: The Fine Balance between a Business Partner and a Human Partner – The HR Choice
The expressions “Strategic Business Partner, metrics, analytics, round table, etc” have taken over the HR world. HR has been threatened with extinction if the aforementioned expressions are not brought to life.
Some of you may decide to become entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs naturally dream big, but start small. Unfortunately for most youngsters, they want to start big, sometimes, ironically, even without dreaming.
Lecture delivered on September 3, 2015 at the Julius Berger hall, University Of Lagos on the occasion of the final year seminar of the department of Industrial relations and personnel management, in the faculty of Business Administration.
The concept of the Treasury Single Account (TSA) is simply saying: “We want to obey the law by making sure that all government monies and revenues are kept in a single place and regulated with a common set of rules as stipulated by law."
Between the ages 4-6, Olumide has already been enrolled in a primary school. Ages 10 and 12 will see him probably out of primary and in a secondary school. Between 16 and 18, he is out of secondary school and most likely in the university. By the time ...
Top of mind I would say that the growth and expansion of the African Continent is inevitable. The challenge would be who will steer this expansion? Africans or expats? That brings us to the question of availability and retention of “African” talent.