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“Sustainable employees’ compensation, challenge to employers”

“One of the most critical challenge that most employers face today is to find answers to the question -what is the appropriate compensation practice that will attract, motivate and retain good people in a sustainable and cost effective manner?”, this is view expressed by the Executive Director, Human Resource, Seven-Up Bottling Company Plc, Mr. Femi Mokikan.

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The day workers shut down Nigeria

Last Wednesday, the nation had to contend with a national strike by the Nigeria Labour Congress ( NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC), over national minimum wage. As usual, interest groups, anxious to be in the good books of the government of the day, made appeals to the labour unions to call off the strike even before it took off.

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Stakeholders examine labour’s role in nation building

THE 6th National Labour Relations Summit organised by Michael Imodu National Institute of Labour Studies, MINILS, held few days ago at the ancient city of Ilorin, Kwara State, with the theme “ Nigeria at 50: Appraising the Role of Labour in Nation Building”, would not have come at a more critical time in the history of Nigeria when no labour leader, dead or alive was in the list of 50 Nigerians honoured by President Jonathan for their roles in the socio-economic and political development of Nigeria as part of the nation’s golden independence anniversary.

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And Gidado, others die in an auto-crash

WEDNESDAY, October 13, 2010, for a long time come, certainly will remain indelible in the annals of labour movement in Nigeria. It was a day four officials of National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) including the President, Comrade Hamman Gidado, met their untimely death in a ghastly auto-crash along Abuja Airport Road, on their way to catch a flight to Lagos.

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