Factors Influencing Non-Adherence of the Affirmative Action on Employment by Tertiary Institutions in South- East Zone of Nigeria
AbstractThis study was undertaken in tertiary institutions in South-East Zone of Nigeria to find out the factors influencing non-adherence to the affirmative action in employment. The descriptive survey design was used for the study. Out of six thousand and eighty-eight academic staff that made up the population, two thousand and thirteen were selected as the sample for the study. The instrument for data collection was a questionnaire that contained twenty-four factors/items. Two experts validated the instrument. Analyses of data collected were done using arithmetic mean scores (x). The findings show among others that five out of eight non-education of women base factors were identified as being part of the reasons for the non-adherence to the affirmative action on employment by tertiary institutions in South-East Zone of Nigeria. Based on the findings, recommendations were made.
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