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Management, Labour Control, And Workers Productivity: A Theoretical Analysis Of Labour Conditions In Nigeria
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Author(s)
Dr. Musa H. Bwala, Peace O. Irefin
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ABSTRACT
This paper examines the labour conditions in Nigeria by reviewing the conventional theories of labour productivity, like the scientific management of Frederick Taylor, the human relation approach and the various need and motivational theories. It also to observes the alienation of the Nigerian worker from his own product and his fellow worker. The study recommended among other things that production and distribution of goods and services should be controlled by labour. The government should steer clear of influencing labour union organization. 
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