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SAMSON OSERO

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Samson Osero is Human Resource Development Consultant and Author of 'Transition into Retirement'. My personal email is: [email protected]

Social media addiction effects worse than drugs and alcohol

Out of the estimated world population of 7.7 billion, 3.1 billion are actively engaged in a variety of social media platforms for various reasons....

Fair Pay: Let every employee get what they deserve

Fair and competitive payment of staff salaries and bonuses are thorny HR issues in organizations that have not embraced best practices on remuneration. Management,...

How Poor Management Fuels Office Conflicts

Whenever two or more employees relate at the workplace, conflicts become part and parcel of work-related interactions. Conflicts consist of rusty cogs of a...

Why you’d rather resign than be retrenched

Gone are the days when employees worked under permanent and pensionable terms which were terminated on retirement. From the turn of the new century,...

That pretty office you work in will soon be phased out

For a long time physical offices have played a key role in organizations as centres of communication for internal and external purposes. With the...

The jobless employment authority

Instead of strengthening existing institutions that support job creation, the architects of NEA may want to collect unemployment statistics for non-existing jobs.

Why the president needs a HR adviser

The President has a team of advisers on issues such as politics, economy, security etc, except for the notable absence of one for Human...

A messy office table ruins work. Here is how to declutter...

Some office tables are so messy that one begins to have second thoughts about the office holder

Companies that attract and retain stars employ these five strategies

The recent movements of star employees in the media sector in search of greener pastures within the same playing ground have left many people...

Six smart ways to play office politics and win

Like national politics, workplaces are about using subjectivity to make decisions when objectivity hits a dead end. Most of such decisions revolve around allocation...