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Management Information System Tools and Human Resource Management Practices in Selected Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State (Published)

This research was conducted to examine the relationship between Management Information System Tools and Human Resource Management Practices in Selected Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State. Four objectives and four Research Questions were developed. For the objective of the study to be achieved, four hypotheses were formulated. A survey research design was adopted for the study and a sample size of 181 respondents was drawn from the population of 330. The major instrument for data collection was a structured questionnaire administered to the respondents. Random Sampling Technique was used to pick the size from the population. Data collected were analyzed using simple percentage and Pearson Product Moment Correlation was used in testing the hypotheses. Results showed that there is a significant correlation between system software, Supervisor support and employee network design, and Human Resource Management. Based on the findings of the analysis, it was concluded that Software design, supervisor support, employee network design, business and process knowledge are significant positive determinants of Human resource management. Commercial Banks that consider the application of management information system dimensions are likely to record a better HRM Key Performance Indicators (KPI); Recruitment & Selection, Training & Development, Performance Management and Appraisal Processes, and Compensation and Benefits. Although all four (4) management information system dimensions were strongly correlated, the coefficient for business and process knowledge was seen as the dimension that had the highest significant influence at 0.874 on the human resource. Consequently, it is recommended that Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State should help in the development of human resources management information system to measuring goals through training programs.

Citation: Bassey, Ebong Okon and Uwa, Kingsley Lazarus (2022) Management Information System Tools and Human Resource Management Practices in Selected Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State, Global Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.10, No.4, pp.1-16

Keywords: Human Resources Management, Information System, Supervisor Support, System Design, employee network design

Human Resource Management and Management Information System in A Select Deposit Money Banks in Akwa Ibom State (Published)

This research was designed to examine the relationship between Human Resource Management and Management Information System in a Select Deposit Money Banks in Akwa Ibom State. A survey research design was adopted for the study and a sample size of 181 respondents was drawn from the population of 330. For the objective of the study to be achieved, four hypotheses were formulated. The major instrument for data collection was a structured questionnaire administered to the respondents using Random Sampling Techniques. Data collected were analyzed using simple percentage and Pearson Product Moment Correlation. Results show that there is a significant correlation between system software, Supervisor support, employee network design, business and process knowledge and Management Information System. Based on the finding of the analysis, it is concluded that Software design, supervisor support, employee network design, business and process knowledge are significant positive determinants of Human resource management. Companies that consider the application of management information system dimensions are likely to record a better HRM Key Performance Indicators (KPI). Although all four (4) management information system dimensions were strongly correlated, the coefficient for business and process knowledge was seen as the dimension that had the highest significant influence at 0.874 on the human resource. Consequently, it is recommended that Deposit Money Banks in Akwa Ibom State should help in the development of human resources management information system to measuring goals through training programs.

Keywords: Human Resources Management, Management Information System, Software Design, Supervisor Support, business and process knowledge, employee network design

Influence of Staff Training and Development on Employee Performance in Selected University Libraries in South-West, Nigeria (Published)

This study investigated the influence of training and development on employee performance in selected university libraries in South-West, Nigeria. The survey research design was adopted for this research work. A structured questionnaire was used as an instrument of data collection. The total enumeration technique was employed, and out of the total copies of the questionnaires administered, 103 were completed and returned. Frequency distribution and percentages were used for analysis, while the hypotheses were tested using correlation and regression analysis tools of the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The result of the study showed a significant correlation between staff training and development and employee performance in university libraries in Nigeria. The result of this research also showed that staff training and development significantly influence the performance of library staff in selected university libraries. The study, therefore, recommends that university libraries management should regularly organize training and developmental programs for their employees. Furthermore, the research suggests that library employees should be encouraged to participate in training organize within and outside their institutions, as this would ensure increased performance/productivity.

Keywords: Employee Motivation, Employee Performance, Human Resources Management, Skills Acquisition, Staff Development, Staff Training, university libraries

Human Resource Management Practices and Their Effect on Employee Turnover in the Hotel Industry in Cape Coast, Ghana (Published)

The broad aim of the study was to assess human resource management practices and their effects on employee turnover in the hotel industry in Cape Coast and Elmina. Precisely, the study sought to determine the influence of workforce demographics on turnover, assess human resource management practices that account for turnover and analyse the relationship between human resource management practices and turnover in the hotel industry in Cape Coast and Elmina.  This study adopted the descriptive cross-sectional design. The sample size was determined by using (Glenn, 1992) formula for computing sample size of a given population less than five hundred. In all, 196 non-managerial employees were sampled. The systematic and simple random sampling techniques were used to select hotels and participants respectively for the study. The main instrument used for the collection of data was questionnaire administration. Data was analysed using measures of central tendencies. Additionally, correlation analysis was performed to establish the relationship between variables. The findings divulged that compensation boost employees morale and loyalty; hence management should institute measures to provide adequate motivation in the form of prompt payment of salary, allowances and rewards to hardworking employees.

Keywords: Employees and Turnover, Human Resource Practices, Human Resources Management, Intentions to quit