CIPM links difficulty in recruitment of HR professionals to skills shortage
The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) has linked the difficulties associated with the recruitment of competent Human Resources (HR) personnel globally to lack of skills shortage. The Registrar of CIPM, Ajibola Ponnle, said to secure capable candidates, organisations are most times in competition with each other, adding that becoming a certified professional…
CIPM tasks members on technology to boost efficiency
The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) has charged its members to deploy technology to deliver optimal service to their clientele. The President and chairman of council, CIPM, Udom Inoyo, who gave the charge at the 2018 learning leaders’ forum held at the institute in Lagos, explained that technology is a must in order for…
CIPM advocates effective human resource management across sectors
The President, Chartered Institute of Professional Management (CIPM), Udom Inoyo, has said human resource management is an integral part in moving Nigeria in the right direction, and achieving the government’s economic recovery and growth plan.
CIPM to engage government over unfair labour practices
The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) would partner the Federal Government and engage key leaders across sectors to remove bottlenecks that demoralize employees’ attitude to work.
CIPM boss charges inductees to be change agents for effective service delivery
The newly inducted members of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) have been charged to transfer the knowledge gained during their period of training...
CIPM laments condition of IDPs, donates relief materials
Speaking at the Kushingoro IDPs Camp in Abuja, Inoyo, while presenting relief materials to the displaced persons as part of activities of the association’s yearly conference, urged well meaning Nigerians to rise to the occasion.
CIPM seeks investment in human capital development
To achieve meaningful sustainable economic growth, Nigeria must begin to aggressively develop its human capital resources, especially in the public service.
Inoyo: Poorly resourced leaders retarding nation’s growth
Unemployment is a critical issue and a big threat to any nation as it affects every aspect of the society and the economy.