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Communication and Human Resources Management and Their Compliance with Culture in Nigerian Educational System

ED Nakpodia


This paper attempted to establish the relationship between culture,communication and Human Resources Management in educationalinstitutions in Nigeria. To achieve this, efforts were made to give a general overview of how culture and communication are significant to Human Resources Management. According to the conception of Human Resource Management, manpower planning requires efficient use of human resources. This is ensued by various activities directed towards the area of management. Among these activities there are the recruitment of employees, mutual inspiring, development, strengthening of mutual relations, implementation of correct working processes and systems used by individuals or groups in the educational institutions. There is also attempt to operationalize the concepts of culture and communication as they relate to Human Resources in the educational institutions in Nigeria by way of improving the efficiency of human resources and the ability to communicate in suitable cooperate culture. Since culture is not static and communication is not a purely inborn ability; it is necessary therefore to develop them.
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