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CIPM takes up campaign for review of labour


Wale Adediran

The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) has begun campaign to ensure the Nigerian labour laws are urgently reviewed to be in tune with global standards.

Already, the institute is in discussions with the National Industrial Court (NIC) to crave their support.

To ensure it achieves its aim, the institute is commencing a one million signatures’ campaign for quick review of the labour laws.

Speaking during the institute’s 34th induction ceremony, the President and Chairman of Council, CIPM, Wale Adediran, urged the newly inducted members, who passed through the executive route to ensure their signatures are appended when the campaign commences.

He charged them to be credible activists in driving the much-needed change in the organisations by implementing HR solutions that will make the workplace, organisations and society at large, a better place.

While emphasising the importance of ethical behaviours as HR professionals, he urged the new intakes to ensure the institute’s core values be their watchword always.

The guest speaker and Senior Fellow, Lagos Business School, Dr. Akin Oparison, who spoke on “HR, Transforming Strategic Intent into Outcomes”, harped on data and values as the weapons for HR practitioners, which was still under-utilised.He said it is people’s thoughts, ideas and activities that translate intent and goals into output.


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