Labour

The Role of Human Capital Management in the New World of Work

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By Ronnie Toerien The world of work has been changing for some time, particularly over the last decade as emerging technologies equipped enterprises with the tools to operate with greater efficiency, innovate and explore a new potential. However, unprecedented events in 2020, have accelerated this transformation at an unimaginable pace. With mandates to work from home if possible, the disruption ...

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#COVID19: ILO Advocates Plugging Social Protection Gaps in Developing Countries to Prevent Future Crises

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The COVID-19 crisis has exposed devastating gaps in social protection coverage in developing countries, and recovery will only be sustained and future crises prevented if they can transform their ad hoc crisis response measures into comprehensive social protection systems, according to new analysis from the International Labour Organization (ILO). Two briefing papers released by the ILO warn that the current ...

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Senator Ekwunife Wants Workers Salaries on FACC Account First Line Charge

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The Senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial District, Senator Uche Ekwunife has called on government to make workers salaries first line charge on the Federation Account. In a statement delivered on Friday, in commemoration of 2020 International Workers’ Day, the Senator commended the efforts and sacrifice of Nigerian workers. Her words: “May 1st is universally acknowledged as International Workers’ Day. A ...

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Gombe Begins Payment of N30, 000 Minimum Wage

February salaries to capture adjustments, as implementation takes effect from January 1. Gombe state government and the organized labour in the state today agreed on payment of N30,000 new minimum wage. This was after series of negotiations between the government team, led by the state Deputy Governor, Dr. Manassah Daniel Jatau, the organized labour and the Joint Negotiation Council. According ...

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