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Active: 3,401,011
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Ukraine 5,017,038
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North Korea 4,744,430
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Malaysia 4,566,055
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Austria 4,438,883
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Active: 70,461
South Africa 3,993,843
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Deaths: 101,793
Recovered: 3,880,462
Active: 11,588

Talent Management Practices and Performance of Lecturers among Federal Universities in South East, Nigeria

Talent Management Practices and Performance of Lecturers among Federal Universities in South East, Nigeria

ABSTRACT

The study evaluated the talent management practices and performance of lecturers among Federal Universities in South East, Nigeria. The specific objectives are to: examine the relationship between talent acquisition and retention on the quality of research work among lecturers of the federal universities in South, East Nigeria; evaluate the relationship between salary and quality assurance among lecturers of the federal universities in south East, Nigeria and ascertain the extent of the relationship between succession planning and growth among lecturers of the federal universities in South East, Nigeria  between 2008 – 2019. The study used the survey approach. The primary sources were personal interview and the administration of questionnaire.  A population of 4525 staff was used. The population of the study was drawn from the groups under study using a stratified sampling method.  The adequate sample size of 354, using Freund and William’s statistic formula was obtained. 321 staff returned the questionnaire and accurately filled.  That gave 91 percent response rate. It gave a reliability co-efficient of 0.75which was also good. Data was presented and analyzed by mean score (3.0 and above a greed while below 3.0 disagreed) and standard deviation using Sprint Likert Scale. The hypotheses were analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient (r) statistic tool. The findings indicated that there was positive significance relationship between talent acquisition and retention on the quality of research work among federal universities in South East, Nigeria as reported in the probability value of r (95, n = 321) =.444, p > 0.05; there was positive significant relationship between salary and quality assurance among lecturers of the federal universities in South East, Nigeria as reported in the probability value of r (95, n = 321) =.706, p > 0.05 and there was positive significant relationship between strategic staff planning and growth among lecturers of the federal universities in South East, Nigeria as reported in the probability value of r (95, n = 321) =.685, p > 0.05. The study concluded that talent acquisition, staff development and succession planning had a positive significant relationship with the retention, quality assurance and growth among the lecturers of federal universities in South East, Nigeria. The study recommended among others that Management of the universities should introduce policies that would strengthen the process of enticing, attracting, selecting, fetching, engaging and developing staff with the accurate talent as this would enhance staff flexibility and alertness on the job.

Keywords: Talent Management Practices; Performance of Lecturers; Federal Universities; South-East Nigeria

Authorship
Nwatu, Emmanuel Chukwuemeka; Prof. Ugwuanyi, Willy

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