Incentives and Job Satisfaction: Its Implications for Competitive Positioning and Organizational Survival in Nigerian Manufacturing Industries
Published at American Journal of Management
Published in 2015
Oni-Ojo E. E.; Salau O. P.; Dirisu, J. I.; Waribo, Y. J.
SALAU ODUNAYO PAUL » SALAU, Odunayo Paul obtained his B.Sc & M.Sc degrees in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun state. SALAU is a man endowed with passion for teaching and learning. SALAU has obtained several awards in both Academic and Professional institution. HE is an associate and member of professional bodies like CICN, ICBAM, NIM, ISMN, IPMN. He is... view full profile
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