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9 Aug 2016
Almost half the global workforce is concerned that the United Kingdom’s (UK) vote to exit the European Union (EU) would have a drastic impact on employment opportunities and endanger job securities across board.
28 Jul 2016
The need for wellbeing at workplaces has been described as a critical factor to the growth of any organisation. A report by the Charted Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) said supporting wellbeing of workers will boost employee...
10 May 2016
A new report put together by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPD) has challenged managers to be more active on employees’ upward movement.However, the report scored managers “highly on well-being and support for the workers”.

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5 mins ago
Politics in Nigeria is largely of the transhumant variety. It is not defined by any big ideas. With the exception of perhaps the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Nigerian politicians have been largely devoid of clear ideological moorings.
9 mins ago
The Chairman, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Plateau State, Christopher Hassan, has advised the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Oliver Agundu, not to behave like Plateau State Independent Electoral Commission (PLASIEC), which banned a registered political party from contesting a local council election.
9 mins ago
As a Muslim, Sanusi considers the 5-times daily prayers a form of exercise too. More importantly, he gives the credit to his healthy living to God, through his two wives who are great cooks.
10 mins ago
Interim government campaigner, Rev. Chris Okotie, has cautioned Nigerians not to be carried away by the crowds they see at political rallies, stressing that the presence of a mixed multitude at such events does not indicate a presidential candidate enjoys support of the people.
11 mins ago
Accountants have been warned against compromising ethics of their profession.