4 edition of Effects of retirement on public servants in Nigeria found in the catalog.
1991 by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) in Ibadan .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 51).
|Series||NISER monograph series ;, no. 18, N.I.S.E.R. monograph series ;, no. 18.|
|LC Classifications||JQ3092.Z13 P425 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||92187336|
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International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research Administration of Retirement Benefits in Nigeria: Periscoping the Effect on Retirees Adeniji, A.A.1, Akinnusi, D.M.2, Falola, H.O.3 and Ohunakin Folakemi4 1Department of Business Management, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State AbstrAct The main objective of this paper is to investigate the.
(Akinade, ). For instance, in Nigeria the age is specified for other civil servants while judges and lecturers retire at 65 years or when an individual has put in 35 years of service.
In Nigeria, the public service rules () states clearly as follows:Cited by: 3. The issue of pension scheme in Nigeria has over the years been beset with varying problems to the extent that retirement became a dreaded topic by workers especially in the public service.
Experts in Nigeria agree that due to the fact that most workers become dejected and worn-out after retirement, not a few of them (workers) look up to their retirement period with optimism.
While the retired civil servants could be slightly better if as they are entitled to monthly stipends in the firm of pensions their counterparts in the private sector are not so lucky. RETIREES FROM PUBLIC SERVICE IN NIGERIA: A SURVEY ABDULRASAKI SAKA Federal Polytechnic, offa the matter of retirement in the public service.
The issue seems more to be that of example in the public service will have a definite effect on general industrial relations practice in Nigeria. More than that, as the. psycho-phobiccivil servants in both public and private sectors in Nigeria perceive retirement as the most intractable problem (Abdullahi, ).
Since the retired population are part of the society andCited by: 1. ABSTRACT. The study Retirement policy and the problem of implementation in Nigerian public sector was aimed at determining the effects of old pension schemes (pay-as-you-go-defined benefits) and they are corruption and inflation, weak institutional capacity and non-compliance of stakeholders which lead to non-implementation of the previous pension scheme, thereby.
Nigerians’ reactions to retirement according to Ekoja et al are that of shock, disbelief, anger, bargaining and depression as well Effects of retirement on public servants in Nigeria book acceptance.
The problem-As the civil service is expanding, many are equally leaving it voluntarily compulsorily and mandatory. service on the need to substantiate serious commitment to preparation for post-retirement life. As a result, this paper seeks to provide guide to what constitute a workers retirement plan that Journal of Good Governance and Sustainable Development.
Historical Background The first Public Sector Pension Scheme in Nigeria was the Pension Ordinance ofwith retroactive effect from January 1, The law allowed the Governor-General to grant pensions and gratuities in accordance with the regulations, which were reviewed from time to time with the approval of the Secretary of State for.
socio-economic adjustment of retired civil servants in kwara and lagos states, nigeria: a qualitative study. adetunde, christiana olufunke. matriculation number: 14pbgFile Size: 2MB.
rights as the public service is a major change agent in Nigeria’s quest for enhanced progress, hence the on-going reformation of the Nigerian public service is in line to achieve the purpose of good governance and deal with the challenges therein.
KEYWORDS: Good Governance, Public Servant, Political Office Holders, Relationship. INTRODUCTIONFile Size: KB. Challenges of Nigerian Civil servants retirees.
shake-up as Effects of retirement on public servants in Nigeria book been witnessed in public service in the decade of of retirement benefits in Nigeria. Effective Management of Life after Retirement and its Impact on Retirees from the Public Service: A Case Study of Benue State, Nigeria By Akuraun Shadrach Iyortsuun & Kenneth Terngu Akpusugh Federal University, Wukari, Nigeria Abstract - Retirement is perceived as a threat to many employees rather than an issue of : Akuraun Shadrach Iyortsuun, Kenneth Terngu Akpusugh.
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Ogunbameru (), retirement had indeed been considered a crisis situation for most retired public servants in Nigeria. Ogunbameru () further stressed that retirement is more than withdrawal; rather it is a major crisis especially in Nigeria because there is an absence of pre-retirement counselling.
Counselling givenAuthor: Ayodeji Olatunde, Omojola Omowumi Awosusi. for most retired public servants in Nigeria.
His view was contrary to that of Manion () which admitted that retirement is withdrawal from customary activity in business or industry or service.
Ogunbameru () showed that retirement is more than withdrawal, rather, it is a major crisis. The Public Service shall consist of all such persons as may be employed permanently or temporarily on a full-time or part-time basis or under a special contract or under any contract of employment contemplated in section 34 (1).
TRADE UNION SERVICES AND BENEFITS IN AFRICA Edited by: Trywell Kalusopa Kwabena Nyarko Otoo NCSU Nigeria Civil Service Union NDC National Delegates Conference NEDLAC National Economic, Development and Labour Council PSI Public Service InternationalFile Size: 2MB. THE MANDATORY RETIREMENT for civil servants is to rise from 65 to 70 under new measures announced by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe today.
Under current rules, those working in the public. AKANU IBIAM FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, UNWANA. ABSTRACT. This work discussed the provisions of the Public Service Rules and the Code of Conduct for public office holders in Nigeria. The paper is particularly targeted to a select group – newly employed workers in Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwana, from to – on orientation course.
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Section subsection (4) of the constitution of Nigeria provides that ‘pension in respect of service in the public service of the federation shall not be taxed.’ In addition, section subsection (4) of the same constitution provides that ‘pension in respect of service in the service of a state shall not be taxed’.Cited by: 7.
Management Service based on a defined benefit structure. The public pension and social security payments in Nigeria have been raising dramatically, a number of public servants now retire at greater net income than they had when working (Adesina ).
The new Pension Reforms Act is meant to ensure that employees whenever theyFile Size: KB. Government finally approves the new retirement age of 65 for civil servants He observed that the new pension scheme would have a lot of benefits to public service workers as their pension.
The Federal Government, yesterday, suspended the tenure policy in the Federal Civil Service, which prescribes 60 years of age and 35 years of service for the mandatory retirement.
While retirement remains a luxury in developed countries, in Nigeria, workers are always afraid of financial insecurity after retirement. The social insecurity associated with retirement in Nigeria makes retirement unattractive to workers (Jonathan ).
This study therefore assessed the perception of civil servants over non-File Size: KB. This perhaps makes the discourse more relevant to Nigeria which is the focus of the book under review, Public Administration and Civil Service Reforms in Nigeria, written by Dr Tunji Olaopa.
The context of public administration would quickly shift emphasis on to the time-honoured but infamous realm of politics and the state. Post-Retirement Stress Under Non-Contributory Pension Regime: A Study of Retired Civil Servants in Ebonyi State Nigeria Post retirement life is not devoid of stress.
Retirees face a lot of challenges especially in the management of the non-contributory pension regime established by Act of in Nigeria. As an overview, the aim of this study as to look at the impact of pension schemes on a sector of Nigerian workers of this public servants and how effectively this pension arrangement would be made so as to cover every sphere of there problem in relation to this.
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Public Sector management covers such aspects of management as productivity management, and management of human, financial and. USPS retirement alert. Posted AM by Bill Zielinski. The United States Postal Service recently announced that it will immediately suspend payment of the employer portion of the contributions for all Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS) retirements.
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The Commonwealth Key Principles of Public Sector Reform were recommended and endorsed by the Commonwealth Working Group on Public Administration (CWGPA), which met on 27–28 November in London.
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LegitimacyFile Size: KB.Retirement is usually a period of major changes in the lives of public servants. Most times, some people see such changes as devastating and traumatic.
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