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Fred-Young & Evans
Like in other Countries, the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the survival of many businesses across all the sectors in Nigeria.
AELEX
Casual work arrangement (also known as Non-Standard Work Arrangement (NSWA)) is generally used to describe work arrangements which do not fall within the traditional definition of employment.
Sefton Fross
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to devastate the global economy, employers in large and small businesses are faced with a dreadful conundrum on whether to let their staff go, cut their hours, or declare them redundant.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
The labour force is the backbone of every economy, and a major economic metric is the national employment rate.
Perchstone & Graeys
Evidently, the future where robotic workers will cause a structural change in the nature, pattern and availability of jobs is here, maybe even earlier than anticipated.
Lex Artifex, LLP
This is a summary of the legal rights you are entitled to as a Worker under the relevant employment laws of Nigeria.
Songhai Advisory LLP
Aero Contractors has laid off 60% of its employees as part of measures to cut costs, four months after it suspended operations due to operational difficulties.
Songhai Advisory LLP
On Friday, 3 June 2016, the Minister for Labour and Productivity, Dr. Chris Ngige, called on Nigerian banks to halt their current spate of lay-offs.
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