Employment In Nigeria
Gotel Communications Limited, a media company belonging to Nigeria's ex-vice president, Atiku, has sacked some of its workers, citing a restructuring process.
The federal government on Thursday urged Nigerian employers to first obtaining clearance before attempting to sack workers because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The minister of state, labour and employment, Festus Keyamo, has threatened to resign his appointment if politicians hijack slots for jobs approved by Buhari.
The ministry of interior has approved the 2020 recruitment into the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS). The announcement was made on Friday, March 13 in Abuja.
A female job-seeker has lamented her experiences with seeking employment in Abuja. The lady noted that most men in the city want to mix business with pleasure.
A bill seeking to provide automatic employment for graduates after their National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme has been introduced by Eta Mbora, a federal lawmaker in the House of Representatives.