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Dr. Sunday Isaac Eneh

Lecturer II
Business Management

A vibrant and detailed academician.

Eneh, S.I., Anyadighibe, J.A. and Awara, N.F. (2015). The impact of job security on employees’ performance, job satisfaction and management-employee relations of selected service marketing firms in Calabar Metropolis. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research, 2(3): 164-170.

Eneh, S.I., Anyadighibe, J.A., Awara, N.F. and Ezekiel, M.S.(2014). Problems affecting managers job performance in Government Parastatals: Cross River State Water Board European Journal of Business and Management, 16(6): 87-97.

Eneh, S.I., Inyang, B.J.and Ekpe, E.O. (2015). The effect of job training on workers’ efficiency and productivity: A study of Pamol Nigeria Limited, Calabar. International Journal of Management Studies and Research, 3(1):57-65.

Eneh, S.I., Ekpe, E.O. and Inyang, B.J. (2015). Leveraging organizational performance through effective mission statement. International Business Research, 8(9), 135-141.

Eneh, S.I. and Enuoh, R.O. (2015). Corporate social responsibility in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: In Who’s Interest? Journal of Management and Sustainability, 5(3), 74-84.

Eneh, S.I. and Awara, N.F.(2016). Strategic human resource management practices and organizational growth: A theoretical perspective. Global Journal of Social Sciences, 15, 27-37.

No Results for Research Works done

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Cardston’s leadership training programme
Facilitator: Cardston’s leadership training programme for staff of the Nigeria export processing zone authority (NEPZA), Calabar, September, 14-18, 2015.
Start: Monday 14th September, 2015
End: Friday 18th September, 2015
International Business and Education Conference.
International Business and Education Conference sponsored by the Clute Institute. London, United Kingdom, 7th – 11th June, 2015.
Start: Sunday 7th June, 2015
End: Thursday 11th June, 2015
No Results for Grants/Awards Received