Human Resources Management Factors as determinant of Quality of Work Life in UBA Plc

  • Elegbede Sikirulahi Tunde Department of Employment Relations and Human Resource Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Lagos, Nigeria
  • Elegbede Olusegun Ibrahim Department of Business Administration & Management, School of Management and Business Studies, Yaba College of Technology, Nigeria
  • Bakare Rasaki Dayisi Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Lagos, Nigeria
Keywords: Quality of Work Life, Employee Engagement, Talent Management, Learning and Development, Compensation Policy.


This Paper examined the role of HRM factors in achieving Quality of work life in the organization. The main objective of this paper therefore was to determine any significant relationship that main exist between HRM factors such as Engagement , Talent Management , Compensation, learning and development on the one hand and quality of work life on the other. The study adopted cross sectional design and employ survey as the research strategy to elicit responses from respondents in UBA PLC. The study employed the use of questionnaire as the main research instrument. It was revealed from the hypotheses  tested that HRM factors are significantly related to work life balance, and therefore HRM factors are major determinants of quality of work life in the organization.



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Tunde, E. S., Ibrahim, E. O., & Dayisi, B. R. (2020). Human Resources Management Factors as determinant of Quality of Work Life in UBA Plc. American International Journal of Business and Management Studies, 2(1), 16-24.
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