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THE CHALLENGES OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND UTILIZATION IN NIGERIA ORGANIZATIONS_ A STUDY OF SOME SELECTED BANKS IN PORTHARCOURT RIVERS STATE

CHAPTER ONE

 INTRODUCTION 
1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY
Of all the resources of any organization, the human factor is the most valuable. This is because all other factors are meaningless without human beings. As Nwachukwu (2000:20) rightly specified, it is the human factor that gives meaning to other organizational resources. Individuals in an organization have personal goals, while the organization also has specified goals and objectives. While the individual strives to maximize his benefits, the organization equally strives to make the best utilization of that same individual towards the accomplishment of set objectives. The extent to which an individual worker is complaint with job requirement determines how well he will achieve his desired personal needs. It will also determine how well the organization will utilize him for the accomplishment of it’s goals. The human resources manager, therefore, entails to design appropriate mechanisms to develop and utilize the available human resources effectively. Recruitment in modern time does not stop when employees are hired, but continues till they are disengaged. So while an employee is within the service of an organization, it becomes the duty of the human resources manager to continuously develop him. Human development is all about equipping the human resources of an organization with the knowledge expectations of their jobs. The kind of development needed here is the one that is in constraint with organizational objectives. The principle of human resources development and utilization; as specified by Synder et al (1980:43) is that “the more human resources development and utilization are integrated with the management process and enterprises objectives, the more effective they will be”. Leaning weight to the above assertion, Pati and Morrison (1982:152) suggests that in a fast changing and competitive environment, employees cannot stop learning. The human resources manager has to update their job knowledge continuously re-evaluate their attitudes and improve their job skills and performance to achieve enterprise results. In the course of developing and utilizing the available human resources, the human resources manager utilizes all the resources within his reach to accomplish this task. Many organizations today have not been able to actualize their set objectives because of the human resources. This exercise is not an easy task, but one that should be well articulated with sound management commitment. There have been scholarly papers and studies on human resources management, but little or none has been done on identifying the specific challenges of developing and utilizing human resources management. This has left a serious vacuum in the literature of human resources management. It is this vacuum that necessitated this study.

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Number of Pages97 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
ReferenceReference
QuestionnaireQuestionnaire
AppendixAppendix
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