HomeAsia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Researchvol. 2 no. 1 (2014)

Unionism and Productivity in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions

Sunday I. Efanga | Mfon Aniedi Okon | Caroline O. Ifejiagwa

Discipline: Political Science



This concept paper examined Unionism and productivity in Nigeria Tertiary institutions.  The author(s) have attempted to explore an issue, which through could be obvious to some, have significantly failed to capture scholarly attention. The paper explore the  linkage between Trade Unions and productivity in higher education in Nigeria. The author observed that were there is agreement the productivity of staff are high; but where there is an infringement of rights, the disputes that result lead to academic disruptions and poor implementations of programmes. It was therefore, recommended that governments in Nigeria should acknowledge the important of collective bargaining as the central principle of industrial relations.