Publisher: University of Calabar

Enhancing The Operational Effectiveness of Cooperative Organizations For Sustainable Job Creation In Nigeria

Agba, A. M. Ogaboh, Frank, M. Attah, Edem Ebong
KEYWORDS: Cooperative organization, effectiveness, job creation

ABSTRACT:

This paper examines how the operational effectiveness of cooperative organizations can be enhanced to stimulate job creation in Nigeria. It observes that successive governments have failed to maximally harness the potentials of cooperative organization in addressing the challenge of unemployment plaguing the Nigerian labour market presently. Consequently, these efforts yielded little or no fruits in addressing the issue of unemployment in the country. Plethora of studies revealed that cooperatives are vital tool for job creation. The paper therefore summits that, if cooperative organizations are effectively managed, supported and given necessary technical and financial assistance needed, to boost their operational effectiveness, the problem of unemployment will be drastically addressed in Nigeria.

This paper examines how the operational effectiveness of cooperative organizations can be enhanced to
stimulate job creation in Nigeria. It observes that successive governments have failed to maximally harness
the potentials of cooperative organization in addressing the challenge of unemployment plaguing the
Nigerian labour market presently. Consequently, these efforts yielded little or no fruits in addressing the
issue of unemployment in the country. Plethora of studies revealed that cooperatives are vital tool for job
creation. The paper therefore summits that, if cooperative organizations are effectively managed, supported
and given necessary technical and financial assistance needed, to boost their operational effectiveness, the
problem of unemployment will be drastically addressed in Nigeria.


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