Crime Drills In Human Resources (A Case Study Of Nigeria)
Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition
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Samira Ibrahim, Daniel Ikechukwu Nnamani
Nigeria, Human Resources, Recruitment, Policies, Corruption, Crimes.
The human resource sector has been a key area of focus in Nigeria due to its responsibility of recruiting and developing an effective and reliable workforce to drive the country’s economy forward. However, this sector has not lacked significant grey areas with the major ones being on the issues of corruption, nepotism, Harassment, and gender discrimination. with the help of data from reliable secondary sources, this paper presents a detailed analysis on how these human resources crimes have been propagated in Nigeria as well as the Poverty, Low literacy levels, decline in ethical standards, Fragile policies within the country, and vague HR-related laws as the major contributing factors.
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