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Omoyele, others, harp on new approach to human resources management

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Omoyele, others, harp on new approach to human resources management

 

It was a new day for human resources executives in both private and public sectors last Saturday, as the Chartered Institute of Human Resource Management inducted new members into various categories of membership- doctoral fellowship, full fellowship and Associate fellowship.

The chair of the award and guest lecturer, Ayoade Abike Igbeye, a renowned human resources expert based in the United States who spoke via scape gave a comprehensive rundown on the demands of today’s human resources management. In a lecture entitled: Building a People Management Human Resource Community, Ayoade provided a different perspectives to human resources management at different work settings and contexts. She emphasized the importance of employees engagement and empowerment as key to motivating workers towards efficiency and creation of job satisfaction.

Speaking at the event conducted at the Institute’s headquarters at Adeniyi Jones, President of the Institute, Dr. Olufemi Omoyele, in his address, canvassed for a new approach to human resources management in light of new reality and dynamics, saying practitioners must embrace change in the context of latest development in the field of human resources management.

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Omoyele said that the need for a paradigm shift becomes compelling ” because corporations, companies and organisations, including government departments, agencies and ministries are increasingly becoming more complex, and new dynamics have not only evolved but have created more difficulties which traditional approach is no longer adequate to handle.

Omoyele, who doubles as the head of Centre for Entrepreneurship at Osun State University, enjoined the new inductees not to disappoint the institute but to make a difference in their various workplaces. He said the Institute has raised the bar of human resources management. He praised the sacrifice of the inductees as ” this award is not a bread and butter one.

The Registrar of the Institute, gave a broad legal perspective to management of human resources in different workplace environments.

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