Ben Wurim Pam

Ben Wurim Pam
University of Jos · Department of Business Administration

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November 2016 - present
University of Jos
Position
  • Senior Lecturer
Description
  • Lecturing and HOD, Insurance

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There has been a continuous pressure on organizations to drive out excessive costs, obsolete products and services, and general inefficiencies so as to compete in the price sensitive global arena. Can the innovation strategy be a potent tool for bailing organizations from the circumstance? The major objective of this paper is to assess the relation...
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There has been continuous pressure on organizations to drive out excessive costs, obsolete products and services, and general inefficiencies so as to compete in the price sensitive global arena. Can the innovation strategy be a potent tool for bailing organizations from this circumstance? The major objective of this paper is to assess the relations...
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The search for best ways to attract, develop and utilize organizational people is becoming an intensely interesting and challenging task for HR professionals. Among the wide range of organizational processes relating to developing, retaining and utilizing high-performing employees is employee core competencies. The principal thrust of this study th...
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The main thrust of the paper is to unravel the various ethical dilemmas in international compensation that shroud and therefore make the job of Multinational Corporations' (MNCs') HR managers daunting. The paper draws substantially on research conducted over the last twenty years to see if any progress has been made towards restructuring compensati...
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People are all unique with different ways of looking at and understanding their environ ment and the people within it. These perceptual differences may affect the management of people within it. The principal object ive of this paper is to unravel the impact of these differences on the management of organizational people and the power of the percep...
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The need to predict the potential of failure in commercial banks has become an important and reoccurring decimal. The main thrust of this study is to investigate the potency of the Mult iple Discriminant Analysis Model (propounded by Alt man, 1968) in ascertaining the state of health of these banks. Two 'failed ' and t wo non-failed banks (as adjud...
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A well written and implemented Workplace violence prevention program, combined with engineering controls, administrative controls and training can reduce workplace violence and the attendant costs in both private and public organisations. The major objective of this paper is to unravel and analyze the cost-benefit trade off of implementing zero-tol...
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The workplace is characterized with certain employee abnormal and dysfunctional behaviour that can have direct bearing on the costs of running organisations. The major objective of this paper is to assess the impact of dysfunctional behaviour on the cost of running business. Data was collected from a convenient sampling of 100 senior personnel of f...
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The proper appreciation and application of universal laws of business success is the strength and health of any business. The small and medium indigenous entrepreneurial businesses of central Nigeria seem to lack sufficient knowledge and application of these laws. The principal objective of this paper is to unravel and assess the potency of certain...
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The environment in which an organisation finds itself considerably dictates the way and manner in which the human capital of the organisation is planned and managed. The environment consists of a plethora of forces (environmental challenges) that exert varying degrees of pressure and influence on the planning of human capital. The principal objecti...
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The right quality and quantity of human capital (employed) is a measure of an organisation's strength and success. Where this optimum staff mix is not maintained, imbalances in surpluses or deficits of employees may arise leading to unmanageable increases in personnel costs, inefficiency, absenteeism, turnover and productivity problems. The determi...
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The workplace is characterized with certain employee abnormal and dysfunctional behaviour that can have direct bearing on the costs of running organisations. The major objective of this paper is to assess the impact of dysfunctional behaviour on the cost of running business. Data was collected from a convenient sampling of 100 senior personnel of f...
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Procedural Justice (PJ) and Distributive Justice (DJ) are components of the criminal system that concern the steps taken to reach the determination of guilt, punishment and the distribution of outcomes, rewards or other conclusion of law. The main thrust of this paper is to review extant research and theories on procedural and distributive justice...
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Most entrepreneurial discoveries are reached after a business opportunity is recognized or an idea is generated. Also, the recognition and generation of business opportunities and ideas creates enabling conditions for the smooth take off and management of business outfits. The principal objectives of this paper are to critically investigate the app...

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The aim is to ascertain the potency of FR in resolving the crises shrouding conventional performance appraisal