FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, ENUGU CAMPUS
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT POLICY AND RESEARCH GROUP
“Nigeria stands on the threshold of what could be the greatest transformation in its history. By 2030, it will be one of the few countries in the world that has young workers in plentiful supply. Youth, not oil, will be the country’s most valuable resource in the twenty-first century”
It is against the above backdrop that this Human Resources Policy and Research Group (HUREPORG) of the Faculty of Business Administration, University of Nigeria, is formed to take advantage of this trend to lead in this new research frontier.
• Scooping studies and researches in Human resources management and human capital
• Human resources policy and strategic plan design
• Labour market dynamics growth and trends
• Migration and remittances
• Employment and recruitment advisory services
• Learning and development needs assessment and approaches
• Inter and intra organisational conflict and management
• Workforce diversity and workplace gender issues, etc
• Research and interventions studies
• Scooping studies
• Advisory services
Dr. Vincent Onodugo Team Leader (08035487972)
Dr. Obiamaka Egbo Member
Dr. ChinweOkoyeuzu Member
Dr B.I Chukwu Member
Dr Onodugo has been in research and consultancy activities for the past eighteen years. His research and consultancy interests are in the areas of human resources management sourcing, development and training, migration and remittances, gender and social inclusion, revitalization of non-performing organizations, feasibility studies, organization design and assessment of the performance of corporate and public institutions. He has worked for the following organisations: World Bank, PATHS, USAID MARKET, DFID, USAID, UNICEF, EU, AFRODAD, GLOBIM, Central Bank of Nigeria and National Planning Commission. He presently chairs the committees on consultancy at both the Department of Management and University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus levels. He holds a PhD in Management and his thesis was on “The impact of globalization onHuman Resources Management in Nigeria.” He has conducted over 70 training sessions presenting more than 200 papers in the process. He is an associate research fellow of African Institute for Applied Economics, Enugu and Institute of Development Studies of University of Nigeria. He is a member of Nigeria Institute of Management, Fellow of Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria and Fellow of Institute of Industrial Administration. He was the immediate past Associate Dean of Students for Enugu Campus of the University of Nigeria and Head, Department of Management, of the same University.
Obiamaka Priscilla Egbo, Ph.D is a lecturer in the Banking and Finance Department, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. She is an Economist and Financial analyst by profession. As a lecturer and researcher, she is neck deep in research, learning and documentation of issues related to economic growth in Nigeria. She is a competent, efficient and resourceful researcher with enviable research outputs. She is currently a member of the university and faculty consultancy committee. She has extensive consulting experience in information and communication technology, program and project management & evaluation, policy research in the areas of curriculum development, technology & innovation. She is currently a consultant with REMS/USAID Markets Project in Nigeria. She has consulted for DFID, SAVI, Federal Ministry of Power, Enugu State Government, OrgLearning Consult, World Bank STEP B Project, Enugu State Ministry of Justice, Enugu State Ministry of Environment, FBN, WACOL among others. She is an ICT enthusiast and is also proficient in the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in business, teaching, research and learning. Her research interest is on Economics, Financial Management, Economic Growth and Development, International Trade and Finance, Business Economics etc. She has to her credit several publications in peer‐reviewed journals and others presented at learned national and international conferences. She worked with Swiss Air and Sabena Airlines and has undergone several trainings in Administrative and Business Management at Swiss Air and Sabena Training Institute, Rue D’ Assaut, Brussels, Belgium and Switzerland. She has also worked in the Nigerian banking sector where she made a modest contribution with her years of experience in the sector. She is a fellow of the Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria and Associate fellow, African Institute for Applied Economics (AIAE) and Institute of Chartered Economist of Nigeria.
Dr. Benjamin Ibe Chukwu is a lecturer in the Department of management, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. He holds B.Sc in Ed. Mathematics, MBA in Management from University of Nigeria Nsukka ; and PhD in Business Management from Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki. His area of specialization is Human Resource Management. His teaching/lecturing career has spanned for more than eighteen (18) years. He is an active researcher and as a result has numerous publications in both local and international journals. He is a Management Consultant and belongs to several professional bodies like Nigerian Institute of Management, International Research and Development Institute, etc. His hobbies are table tennis and evangelization. He is married with two (3) children.
Dr Okoyeuzu is a lecturer, researcher and consultant of over 6 years. She holds a PhD in banking and Finance and her research interest is in the areas of financial institutions and market, international and business finance. She has published in both local and international journals. Has taken every opportunity to fully maximise the academic qualification of a PhD in banking and finance by working as a lecturer in the University and as a finance and management consultant .Displays exceptional interpersonal, leading and research skills which has contributed in the building and maintaining of relationships at all levels. She enjoys the challenge of bringing about improvement in efficiencies in ailing businesses through inspiring teams to meet their goals and personal objectives.