This research work will review the application of job evaluation in Nigeria Company PLC using the 9th mile plant as a case study. However, the application of job evaluation is not new in the organizational structure of Nigeria. It started as complain by employees that the relative worth of job are not usually determined more often than not by a host extraneous and sometimes subjective factor such as kinship relationship. This work will critically examine and analyses the purpose and significance of the study, to determine the limitations in the practical application of job evaluation which has become a more systematic and objective appropriate made in the determination of the relative worth of each job to avert the complains made by employees. To carry out this study, existing texts and literatures will be reviewed Four research hypothesis will be designed in line with the problem. Questionnaires will be used to source for information as well as interviews, journals and report from NBC in order to get correct and accurate facts about the problem. Collected data will be presented with tables and analysed using chi-square to prove or disprove the hypothesis, and hence summary of findings will be drawn. Also from findings, conclusions will be drawn as well as recommendations to help combat the problem and limitation of the tool (job evaluation. suggestion will also be made for further research studies
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page Approval Dedication Acknowledgement Table of contents Research Proposal CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background to the study. 1.2 Statement of the problem. 1.3 Purpose of the study. 1.4 Scope of the study. 1.5 Significance of the study. 1.6 Limitation of study 1.7 Research hypothesis 1.8 Definition of terms
CHAPTER TWO 2.0 Literature review 2.1 Job evaluation techniques 2.2 Limitations of job evaluation. 2.3 Reasons for the application of job evaluation. 2.4 Benefits of job evaluation 2.5 Summary off literature review
CHAPTER THREE 3.0 Research design and methodology 3.1 Area of the study 3.2 Population of the study 3.3 Sample and sampling techniques 3.4 Instrument for data collection 3.5 Validation of the instrument 3.6 Reliability o f the instrument 3.7 Method of data collection 3.8 Method of data analysis
CHAPTER FOUR 4.0 Data Presentation and Analysis 4.1 Testing Of Hypothesis 4.2 Summary of findings.
CHAPTER FIVE 5.0 Discussion of Result/Findings 5.1 Conclusion 5.2 Implication of the research findings 5.3 Recommendation 5.4 Suggestion for further studies