Journal Description

The Current Journal of Human Resource Management (CJHM) is a peer review open access journal that stands as a distinguished publication that exemplifies the essence of dynamic and contemporary human resource practices. With a monthly publication cycle, CJHM serves as a leading platform for researchers, practitioners, and scholars to engage with the latest trends, strategies, and innovations in the field of human resource management.
Scope and Aim:
CJHM covers a wide array of topics within human resource management, encompassing talent acquisition, employee development, performance appraisal, workplace diversity, organizational behavior, compensation and benefits, and more. The journal is dedicated to promoting evidence-based practices and scholarly insights that contribute to effective people management and organizational excellence.

TEMPORAL EFFICIENCY: UNRAVELING THE IMPACT OF TIME MANAGEMENT ON BUSINESS PERFORMANCES IN THE NIGERIAN BANKING SECTOR

Effective leadership serves as the cornerstone for the success of businesses, with organizational decisions shaping the collective future. However, the implementation of these decisions and the timely execution of actions depend heavily on the individual's adeptness in time management. While organizational management endeavors to optimize resources and maximize returns, the efficiency of these efforts hinges on the intricate aspect of time allocation by individuals (Mitch, 2017). Philpot

Dayo O. Akintayo , Olufemi S. Shadare

THE FATIGUE FACTOR: IMPACT ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND JOB SATISFACTION IN PHARMACEUTICALS"


Working conditions in modern times are a key factor related to fatigue, organizational commitment and job satisfaction of employees in pharmaceutical companies. The purpose of this study was to investigate the levels of fatigue, organizational commitment and professional satisfaction of employees in pharmaceutical companies in the area of Athens. The effect of fatigue on the two aforementioned variables (organizational commitment and job satisfaction) was also investigated. The research

Eleftheria Maria Papadopoulos , Constantinos Georgiou