The 2019 MTN Nigeria Global Graduate Development Programme Is Live

  At MTN Nigeria, a large and vibrant team, a dynamic work culture and a brighter life awaits. Join a pool of highly talented individuals to drive the overall business objectives through participation in structured, supervised learning experiences as well as self-directed learning activities. Qualification – Minimum of a second class upper degree (2:1) or […]

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Learning Simplified with Palmleaf Mobile-Learning App

The modern life style of the world we live in now doesn’t tie an employee to a desk or one schedule at a time, so giving them the flexibility to engage through smarter mobile driven solutions that meets todays’ diversity of the workforce at different locations is perceived as a competitive advantage for organizations, especially […]

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Workplace Tips: 5 Key Traits You Need In Any Work Environment

  Behavior All companies specify what is acceptable behavior, and what is not, when hiring an employee. Many even summarize expected conduct in job descriptions or during the interview process. Behavior guidelines typically address topics, such as harassment, work attire and language. Workers who don’t follow codes of conduct may receive written and verbal warnings, […]

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NYSC LAGOS AND DRAGNET SOLUTIONS INITIATES JOB SEARCH PORTAL FOR FRESH GRADUATES

In a bid to stem unemployment among youths and to give opportunity of employment to post service year fresh graduates, the National Youth Service Corps in Lagos State has partnered with Dragnet Solutions to launch a job search portal mainly for fresh graduates. This arrangement which is being supervised by the Assistant Director, Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development( SAED) Lagos, […]

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New study shows students performance not affected by CBT

A recent study on Nigerian primary school children indicates that there is no difference in performance using paper based and computer based assessment delivery methods. The study sought to find out if assessment delivery methods (pen and paper, or computer based) could significantly affect the performance of primary school children on routine tests. Prior research […]

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