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Dr Emeka Smart Oruh
Dr Emeka Smart Oruh
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Exploring compassionate managerial leadership style in reducing employee stress level during COVID-19 crisis: the case of Nigeria
ES Oruh, C Mordi, CH Dibia, HA Ajonbadi
Employee Relations: The International Journal 43 (6), 1362-1381, 2021
712021
The Impacts of Work-Life-Balance (WLB) Challenges on Social Sustainability: The Experience of Nigerian Female Medical Doctors
S Oruh, Emeka, R Mushfique, U Nwagbara, C Mordi
Employment Relations 15 (12), 19 - 34, 2018
64*2018
The Impact of Effective Communication on Employee Turnover Intension at First Bank of Nigeria.
U Nwagbara, E Smart Oruh, C Ugorji, M Ennsra
Economic Insights-Trends & Challenges 65 (4), 2013
632013
Investigating the relationship between managerialist employment relations and employee turnover intention: The case of Nigeria
ES Oruh, C Mordi, A Ajonbadi, B Mojeed-Sanni, U Nwagbara, M Rahman
Employee Relations: The International Journal 42 (1), 52-74, 2020
552020
Employee Stress and the Implication of High-Power Distance Culture: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria’s Employment Terrain
ES Oruh, C Dibia
Employee Relations, 2020
332020
Time biases: exploring the work–life balance of single Nigerian managers and professionals
B Akanji, C Mordi, R Simpson, TA Adisa, ES Oruh
Journal of Managerial Psychology 35 (2), 57-70, 2020
262020
Weathering the Storm: Talent Management in Internationally Oriented Greek Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
F Kravariti, E Oruh, C Dibia, K Tasoulis, H Scullion, A Mamman
Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 2021
242021
Digital onboarding and employee outcomes: empirical evidence from the UK
KF Sani, TA Adisa, OD Adekoya, ES Oruh
Management decision 61 (3), 637-654, 2022
202022
Legitimisation Strategies and Managerial Capture: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Employment Relations in Nigeria
Oruh, Emeka. Smart., Nwagbara, U., Mordi, C., Rahman
The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2020
16*2020
A critical discourse analysis of the link between professional culture and organisational culture
TA Adisa, ES Oruh, B Akanji
Employee Relations: The International Journal 42 (3), 698-716, 2020
142020
Towards Sustainable Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) in the Nigerian Banking Sector: The Role of New Media.
ES Oruh
Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti Bulletin, Technical Series 65 (3), 2013
122013
Working with emotions: cultural employee perspectives to service management expectations
A Babatunde, C Mordi, HA Ajonbadi, ES Oruh
Employee Relations: The International Journal 43 (6), 1310-1326, 2021
62021
Human resource management and circular economy: a critical perspective
C Dibia, ES Oruh, M Anderson, G Dirpal
British Academy of Management (BAM), 2020
52020
Are people the greatest asset: Talent management in SME hotels in Nigeria during the Covid-19 crisis
L Howe-Walsh, S Kirk, E Oruh
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 35 (8), 2708-2727, 2023
42023
On the consequences of scarcity mindset: How ‘having too little’ means so much for ethnic venture failure
D Sarpong, M Maclean, E Oruh, D Botchie
European Management Journal, 2022
32022
A Critical Analysis of Employee Voice Notion in Nigeria’s Petroleum Industry
ES Oruh, C Mordi
British Academy of Management, 2017
32017
Drivers of Big Data Analytics’ Adoption and Implications of Management Decision-Making on Big Data Adoption and Firms’ Financial and Nonfinancial Performance: Evidence From …
A Egwuonwu, J Mendy, E Smart-Oruh, A Egwuonwu
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 2023
22023
Employee reactions to planned organizational culture change: A configurational perspective
K Tasoulis, IO Pappas, P Vlachos, ES Oruh
human relations, 00187267231183305, 2023
22023
Africapitalism: The marketisation of philanthrocapitalism and neoliberalism in African entrepreneurial philanthropy
D Adewoye, M John, OE Smart, M Chima, E Arthur, O Tayo
Marketing Theory, 2023
22023
Managerial capture of employee voice in unionised and non-unionised employee representations (ners) setting: an empirical evidence from Nigeria
ES Oruh
Brunel University London, 2017
22017
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