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Labour Relations in Nigeria

edited by Dafe Otobo

This is the first of three collections, contributed to by teachers and practitioners of industrial relations, and providing up-to-date information on developments in industrial and labour relations in Nigeria. This collection examines existing orthodoxies on some theoretical and practical problems. Ten chapters cover labour process and labour relations; Japanese companies, labour and society: lessons for Nigeria; trade unions and the development process in Nigeria: an overview; state and labour: the 1988 ban of the NLC; organised labour and political parties in Nigeria; a decade of employer's associations in Nigeria; the growth of senior staff trade unionism in Nigeria; the registrar of trade unions: duties and responsibilities; public sector wage bargain in the 1990s: leading issues; and quantitative alchemy and strike trends in Nigeria.

ISBN 9789782601919 | 252 pages | 216 x 140 mm | 1992 | Malthouse Press, Nigeria | Paperback




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