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BUSINESS  ESSENTIALS Vol. 3 No 21

Dear Esteemed Member, As you are aware, Employers like other well meaning stakeholders are concerned about the rising unemployment situation, especially in Africa. Employers under the auspices of the International Organisation of Employers (IOE),...

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 African Employers to launch Jobs for Africa Foundation

The African Employers’ Task Force on Employment and Employ-ability has drawn up a Blueprint for Jobs in Africa. The Blueprint sets out ten Recommendations that African governments, working closely with employers’ organisations and trade unions,...

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NECA Decries Decadence In Industrial Relations

Culled: New Telegraph The Nigerian Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) has flayed the current state of lawlessness exhibited by some labour unions in their bid to compel employers agree to their yearnings. Director General of...

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BUSINESS ESSENTIALS Vol. 3 No 20

Dear Esteemed Member, Following the official release of the Gross Domestic Product Q2, 2016 growth estimate by National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) and the July, 2016 Consumer Price Index which indicated a worsening situation...

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BUSINESS ESSENTIALS Vol 3 No 19

Dear Esteemed Member, While the nation awaits the formal response of the Parliament to the request for emergency powers from the National Assembly to enable President Muhammadu Buhari push polices that would revitalize the...

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NECA COUNSELS GOVERNMENT ON REVIVAL OF THE ECONOMY The Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) has commended government’s initiative and efforts to revamp the country’s economy and stimulate growth, in the face of the global...

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NECA: Businesses grappling with traumatic times

The Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association of Nigeria (NECA) says businesses are grappling with extremely traumatic times, urging the government to look beyond the seeming good performance of a handful big businesses in gauging the...