American International Journal of Business and Management Studies American Center of Science and Education en-US American International Journal of Business and Management Studies 2641-4937 Impact of Monetary Policies on the Exchange Rate and Global Trade Evidence from Ghana <p>The impact of monetary policies and their implementation by the exchange rate covered the economic condition of Ghana. The social inclusion and conversion factors change the implemented policies of nations, where the real price, trade, technology, a price rate, and price level of ratio take an important part of growth. The reform of the financial sector favors the free-floating of the exchange rate and global trade under the premise of flexible exchange rates. The tragedy of country growth and exchange rate toward a trajectory of growth with the growth-enhancing effect through social inclusion, conversion factors, price level ratio, exchange rate, merchant rate, export, and trade services. The research study is based on the secondary study and social inclusion equity indicators with public resources, building human resources and social protection for economic development has determined. Different evidence and trade indicators classify the monetary policies. The significant influence of growth and internal policies has affected trade and exchange rates with growth and reserve policies. The results have computed by linear regression and it proved that social inclusion and alternative conversion factors impact on global trade and create short term binary relationships.&nbsp;</p> Rabnawaz Khan ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-03-19 2020-03-19 2 1 1 15 10.46545/aijbms.v2i1.143 Human Resources Management Factors as determinant of Quality of Work Life in UBA Plc <p>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&nbsp; 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.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Elegbede Sikirulahi Tunde Elegbede Olusegun Ibrahim Bakare Rasaki Dayisi ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-03-19 2020-03-19 2 1 16 24 10.46545/aijbms.v2i1.144 The Factors Affecting Supplier Relationship Management in the Food Manufacturing Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Dar es Salaam Tanzania <p>The Tanzanian food industry is one of the most critical sectors in the country. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the largest processors of food. Although SMEs mostly deal with processing food, they still face challenges, especially with their suppliers. Though previous researchers have investigated partnership issues in SMEs, little has been reported on the factors that impact the supplier relationships found in food manufacturing SMEs. This study employed a qualitative design where semi-structured interviews with 13 experts were conducted to identify the factors that impede SRM in Dar es Salaam. The findings reveal that poor relationship management, poor storage facilities, poor transportation and inadequate production capacities are the main challenges affecting SRM within these firms. To overcome these challenges, it has been recommended to improve the supplier relationships through being transparent, fostering trust and sharing quality information with the suppliers on time. Furthermore, investment in technology has been recommended to reduce costs and to enhance the information sharing between suppliers and SMEs. Government support is required with regard to financial aid and the improvement in the infrastructure to facilitate the easier flow of goods from SMEs to the customers.</p> Jesca Mhoja Nkwabi Julia Fallon ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-04-23 2020-04-23 2 1 25 34 10.46545/aijbms.v2i1.158 Evaluating the Influences of Employees Training and Development on Organizational Performance of Deposit Money Banks <p>The aim of this study was to empirically examine the association between staff training&amp; development and Organizational performance of deposit money banks in Rivers State. The study applied cross sectional survey design in structured questionnaire to collect data from 66 personnel of designated positions of any accessible branch of the 22 deposit money banks. Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient tool was employed with the help of SPSS Version 21.0, in statistically analyzing data. Results revealed that staff training and development have positive and significant relationship with organizational performance. Consequently, the study concludes that staff training and development are strategic assets in equipping employees with the necessary tools to improve productivity. The research recommends that banks that want to improve productivity are encouraged to invest more on staff training and development; particularly mentoring and job orientation.</p> Obabuike Ikeni Nkpurukwe Jonathan Peter Ozah Andy Fred Wali ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-06-30 2020-06-30 2 1 35 43 10.46545/aijbms.v2i1.188 Role of Women Director on Productivity Performance: A Study on Listed Private Commercial Banks of Bangladesh <p>Efficiency measurement and productivity performance analysis now become a point of interest for many researchers'. Because it is established that efficient and productive banks could ensure superior performance by achieving the objective of wealth maximization. Board of Directors issues have also become an integral part of corporate governance studies. This study is conducted to know the bank efficiency and productivity change for the representation of women directors on board. This study examines the productivity and efficiency performance of twenty-two (22) listed private commercial banks in Bangladesh based on the Malmquist Productivity Index (Total Factor Productivity) over the period of 2007 to 2016. A low degree of relationship found between women directors representation in a board and productivity performance. But, there are significant differences found in productivity performance among the different generation banks. </p> Naznin Sultana Chaity Parul Akhter Rifat Parveen Bokhari ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-06-30 2020-06-30 2 1 44 52 10.46545/aijbms.v2i1.190