Nigerian Labour law which can also be called employment law mediates the relationship between workers, employing entities (Employers), trade union and the government. It is the law that guides matter such as employment, remuneration, conditions of work, trade unions and industrial relations. The intention of any government and other approved bodies who set regulations to
  • by Damola
  • Sep 23, 2020

Outstanding Attributes Management Look Out For In An Employee During Recruitment

Most job applicants wish to know the secret behind winning the hiring executives over but it is not easy. When recruiting, there are certain traits employers look out for in ideal job seekers. It is necessary that employees gain these attributes as we continue in our careers and during job search. The truth is there
  • by Damola
  • Jul 27, 2020

100% Electricity Tariff Hike, True or False

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Nigeria electricity started back in the 80’s; two sets were installed to serve Lagos. The Electricity  Corporation of Nigeria (ECN) was later established in 1951 and in 1962 the Niger Dams Authority (NDA) was established for the development of the Hydro electric power. However in 1972 those two were merged to form the
  • by Damola
  • Jul 14, 2020

Making Yourself Productive During the Covid-19 Turmoil

This article is somewhat irregular as I won’t be saying so much but it something that would be of great benefit to you. I came across a tweet by @iSlimfit on Twitter and I found it to be very useful around this time some states are being locked down due to the outbreak of the
  • by Josh Praise
  • Mar 31, 2020

Benefits of Selling Scarce Commodity

What is Scarcity? Scarcity simply means insufficiency or shortness of supply. In economics, scarcity is the result of people having “Unlimited Wants and Needs,” or always wanting something new, and having “Limited Resources.” Limited Resources mean that there are never enough resources, or materials, to satisfy or fulfill, the wants and needs that every person
  • by Damola
  • Mar 19, 2020

How To Receive Payoneer Payments In Nigeria Using Kuda

Just recently a friend of mine tagged me in a tweet about a new banking platform in Nigeria that makes transactions seamless and fast. What caught my attention was the fact that one could use the banking app to make international payments. This banking platform is called Kuda and all you need to access its benefits
  • by Josh Praise
  • Mar 16, 2020

Effect of Coronavirus on Nigeria’s Economy

A deadly flu-like infection is causing the global economy to shiver, and Nigerian manufacturers are not left out, as development of the virus holds major implications for them. Known as the coronavirus, the epidemic has ravaged the Central province of the world’s most populous nation, China, from where the virus is believed to have originated
  • by Damola
  • Mar 02, 2020