‘Businesses to embrace technology to cut cost and optimise performance’
Businesses and organisations must embrace technology that will promote cost-saving, operational efficiency and increase performance as the country prepares for the impending economic recession post coronavirus.
Experts seek initiatives, incentives to cushion looming recession
Experts in the financial sector have said that an economic recession looms in the third quarter of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic currently ravaging the global economy.
IMF projects -3.4% growth for Nigeria, affirming looming recession
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected negative growth for Nigeria, others, stating that COVID-19 pandemic is inflicting high and rising human costs worldwide, and the necessary protection measures are severely impacting economic activity. The IMF projected a negative growth of -3.4% for Nigeria, indicating a recession. According to the IMF, as a result of…
‘7m Nigerians suffer stress, depression’
The Family Health Consultant identified strategies for managing stress to include avoiding unnecessary stress, reducing job stress by improving emotional intelligence, creating time for fun and relaxation.
Ex-UN-Habitat chief prescribes sustainable development strategies for Nigeria
Prof. Banji Oyelaran - Oyeyinka, has advocated for a paradigm shift in Nigeria’s sustainable development, towards eliminating poverty and attaining equitable outcomes for the majority through industrialization.
Economic recession: Test for Buhari’s administration
National President, Union of Nigeria Baptist Convention, Dr. Baware George, has said the ongoing economic recession is a veritable avenue for the Buhari administration to prove its worth.
With CRC, FICO Score partnership, consumer can access loans anytime
Since the advent of credit bureaus, some Nigerian banks have made attempts to grow their consumers’ loans portfolios. There have been introduction of consumer loan products such as credit card, auto or vehicle loans and mortgage loans.
IOCs should work with government to check insecurity, says Membere-Otaji
As you know, Nigeria, especially Port Harcourt, is almost dependent on oil and gas. Every business directly or indirectly is impacted by the oil and gas business.
Economic recession, trade unions and labour relations
The greatest challenge for organised labour in this dramatically changing socio-economic environment is the quality of union leadership.