Omole Iyayi

Omole Iyayi
University of Benin · Department of Business Administration

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This study investigated the relationship between socio-demographic variables and counterproductive work behaviour (CWB) among local government employees in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. More specifically, the study ascertained if socio-demographic variables such as age, gender, marital status, educational qualification, job tenure and income leve...
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Career management has been identified as an important determinant of both career success and career satisfaction. However effective career management has proven to be challenging, particularly for Nigerian public sector employees, because factors such as inadequate funding, poor training, nepotism, sexism, tribalism & red-tapism have resulted in em...
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The primary purpose of this study was to determine the level of the perceived autonomy in Nigerian healthcare institutions and how it relates to job satisfaction and professional group membership. To achieve this objective, seventy healthcare professionals, utilizing a convenience sampling approach, were selected from two university based health ce...
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The primary objective of this study was examine relationship between the Dark Triad (DT) and Entrepreneurial Intentions (EI) among undergraduate students of a government owned University in Nigeria. To achieve this objective 154 undergraduate students were randomly selected from different departments, within the faculty of management sciences and t...
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The objective of this study was to find out university academics experiences and reactions to psychological contract breach. In other to achieve this goal 297 academics from two (2) universities located within Benin City, Edo State were selected for inclusion in the study. A total of 554 questionnaires were administered to academic staff from both...
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This study assessed the content of psychological contracts among academics in two (2) Nigerian universities. The results show that psychological contracts exist in academic institutions. Our study further found that among other obligations, academics expected their institutions to provide them with job security, development opportunities and long t...
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The demands of work and non-work activities mean employees have to commit to one sphere often to the detriment of the other. The main purpose of this study was to examine work-life balance practices and challenges among workers in a healthcare institutions. To achieve this objective, one hundred and fifty (150) medical personnel from two (2) health...
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There is a growing awareness in today's workplaces that employees do not give up their lives just because they work. Work and life remain the two most important domains in the life of an employed individual. However, the challenge of balancing work and non-work demands is one of today's central concerns for both individuals and organisations. With...
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HIV/AIDS remains the world's most menacing disease of the 20th and 21st century. Two-thirds of an estimated 40.3 affected people world-wide live in sub-Saharan Africa and 77% of these are women. In Nigeria, 57% of people living with HIV/AIDS are, according to a 2005 estimate, women. The increasing vulnerability of women/girls to HIV/AIDS has been a...

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Examine the relationship between intelligence domains (Emotional Intelligence, Cognitive Intelligence and Machiavellian Intelligence) and perceived career success among employees in Nigerian public sector organizations.
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Examine the relationship between intelligence domains (Emotional Intelligence, Cognitive Intelligence and Machiavellian Intelligence) and perceived career success among employees in Nigerian public sector organizations.