ISBN 9789782601919
Pages 252
Dimensions 216 x 140 mm
Published 1992
Publisher Malthouse Press, Nigeria
Format Paperback

Labour Relations in Nigeria

edited by Dafe Otobo

This is the first of three collections, contributed to by teachers and practitioners of industrial relations, and providing up-to-date information on developments in industrial and labour relations in Nigeria. This collection examines existing orthodoxies on some theoretical and practical problems. Ten chapters cover labour process and labour relations; Japanese companies, labour and society: lessons for Nigeria; trade unions and the development process in Nigeria: an overview; state and labour: the 1988 ban of the NLC; organised labour and political parties in Nigeria; a decade of employer's associations in Nigeria; the growth of senior staff trade unionism in Nigeria; the registrar of trade unions: duties and responsibilities; public sector wage bargain in the 1990s: leading issues; and quantitative alchemy and strike trends in Nigeria.

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About the Editor

Dafe Otobo

Professor Dafe Otobo, educated at the University of Ibadan, The London School of Economics & Political Science, and the University of Oxford, is of the Industrial Relations & Personnel Management Department, University of Lagos. He is also the President of the Nigerian Industrial & Employment Relations Association (NIERA). He is widely published.

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