EDUCATION AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING IN NIGERIA: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES
Department of Economics
Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo-Nigeria
International Journal of Arts and Social Sciences (IJRASS)
Oasis International Journal Series
Vol. 1 No. 1
This paper examines education and resources management specifically focusing on prospects and challenges of human resource management. Secondary method of data collection was used to collect the available information. The problems of human resource management was identified to include favouritism and ethnic considerations in the recruitment and promotion of staffs; corruption; increased enrolment without adequate funding; embezzlement of funds, non-identification of workers needs and inability for prompt management of workers grievances. To curtail these problems, it is suggested that the principle of merit should be strictly adhered to in the recruitment and promotion of staffs. Adequate funding is required to cater for increased enrolment of students and supply of other resources. Teachers should also be well-motivated through the prompt payment of salaries and timely promotions. Political victimization of workers should be stopped while there should be adept management of our economy to mitigate the problems of inflation and other economic problems.
Keywords: Human resource management.
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