abayomi olarewaju adeoye

abayomi olarewaju adeoye

Lagos State University

H-index: 15

Africa-Nigeria

About abayomi olarewaju adeoye

abayomi olarewaju adeoye, With an exceptional h-index of 15 and a recent h-index of 14 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Lagos State University, specializes in the field of Compensation Management, Human Resource Management, Management and Resource Management.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Measures of relationship currency and commitments in higher educational institutions

International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

Managing Pension Risks in Public Sector: A Study of Lagos State Government Public Service

Generic strategies: A Driver for Firms Competitiveness in Nigerian Fast Moving Consumers Goods (FMCGs) Sector

New insights into valorization of agro-industrial wastes for production of citric acid: effects of mutation and optimization–a review

Effects of business process management on organisational productivity: a study of selected banks

Mediating Role of Perceived Supervisor Support in the Relationship Between Interactional Justice and Emotional Commitment

Incidence and reasons for leave against medical advice among orthopaedic and trauma patients at the University College Hospital Ibadan

abayomi olarewaju adeoye Information

University

Lagos State University

Position

Associate Professor Business Administration Ojo Lagos Nigeria.

Citations(all)

1314

Citations(since 2020)

974

Cited By

1478

hIndex(all)

15

hIndex(since 2020)

14

i10Index(all)

24

i10Index(since 2020)

21

Email

University Profile Page

Lagos State University

abayomi olarewaju adeoye Skills & Research Interests

Compensation Management

Human Resource Management

Management and Resource Management

Top articles of abayomi olarewaju adeoye

Measures of relationship currency and commitments in higher educational institutions

Authors

Abayomi Olarewaju Adeoye,Kabiru Ishola Genty,Reuben Ogbe Osagie,Sulaiman Olusegun Atiku

Journal

International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

Published Date

2023/1/6

This study examines the effect of relationship currency on organizational commitment in higher educational institutions in Lagos, Nigeria. A cross-sectional survey was adopted to gather information useful for assessing the effects of relationship currency on organizational commitment in participating higher educational institutions. The study population consisted of all staff (both academic and non-academic) of the participating state-owned higher educational institutions in Lagos. A total of 329 respondents were selected from the study population. A 6-Point Likert type scale format questionnaire was developed to capture reality in real terms. Data were analysed using a variance-based structural equation modelling with SmartPLS version 3.3. 9. The findings reveal that relationship currency exerts a significant effect on organizational commitment in state-owned higher educational institutions, based on the results obtained from the hypotheses assessed. Therefore, the study recommends that management should provide an enabling environment that fosters social relationships among employees across departments and units in the institutions, as this will enhance the levels of organizational identification, thereby influencing organizational commitment. This study examines the effects of relationship currency on employee commitment in higher educational institutions, both empirically and expository-wise.

International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

Authors

Daniel Wandera Clief Naku,Jacob Kihila,Eluether Mwageni

Published Date

2021/11

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of financial behavior and financial attitude on financial literacy in generation Z. This study is a quantitative research. Data were obtained from questionnaire that containing a list of statements given to respondents. Then the respondent chooses one alternative answer that fits respondent’s opinion. Secondary data were obtained through various literatures, written information sources and other books. Data analysis used multiple linear regression. The results showed that: 1) the financial attitude had a significant effect on financial literacy, and 2) there was no significant influence between the financial behavior and financial literacy.

Managing Pension Risks in Public Sector: A Study of Lagos State Government Public Service

Authors

Ahmed Ishola Kotun,Abayomi Olarewaju Adeoye,Waidi Adeniyi Akingbade

Journal

Journal of Financial Risk Management

Published Date

2023/9/15

This study examined contributory pension scheme and the risks entailed in management of retirement benefits of Lagos State Public Service workers. Although at the inception of the scheme in Nigeria, government workers were not duly informed and sensitized about the new pension scheme but they could not out-rightly refuse its acceptability with the fear of not losing their pensionable employment. This however, led to wrongly enrolment into the scheme by those who were exempted from the scheme as of the commencement date. Survey research design was adopted for the study. Population of the study covered potential retirees who attended bi-annual pre-retirement seminar organised by Lagos State Pension Commission. One Hundred and Eighty-Seven (187) was the sample size for the study and questionnaires were proportionately distributed to selected respondent, using convenient sampling techniques. Out of the total number of the copies of the questionnaires administered, One Hundred and Sixty-Six (166) copies of questionnaire were correctly filled and retrieved representing 88.77% and were used to analyse data. Analysis was done using Correlation Analysis with the aid of Statistical Package of Social Sciences (SPSS). The findings revealed that there is a positive correlation between employee’s contributions and remittances. Also, there is a moderate positive correlation on influence of accrued rights on employees’ retirement benefits. Likewise, escrow fund has positive relationship with employees’ retirement plan. The study recommended that there should be adequate review of retirement benefit payment policy of those in …

Generic strategies: A Driver for Firms Competitiveness in Nigerian Fast Moving Consumers Goods (FMCGs) Sector

Authors

Abayomi Olarewaju Adeoye,Sunday Stephen Ajemunigbohun,Olajide Idowu Okunbanjo

Journal

Journal of International Business, Economics and Entrepreneurship

Published Date

2023/6/25

Competitiveness has become one of the objectives of firms in today’s world especially in consumer goods sector. Every firm wants to have a reasonable share in the market to achieve specific firm goals which competitiveness is part of. To achieve this objective, consumers goods firms need to adopt appropriate strategies. Thus, the need to see how Porter generic strategies could drive competitiveness strength of Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FCMB) in Nigeria. The study employed survey research design and primary source of data collection via questionnaire as well as multiple sampling techniques (simple and stratified). Simple regression was utilized as data analytical tool and it was found that differentiation and focus strategies have significant effect on FMCGs firms competitiveness. The study concluded that generic strategies (differentiation and focus) are determinants for firms competitiveness in FMCGs sector. It was therefore recommended that FMCGs firms should continue to deploy differentiation and focus strategies to achieve their competitive objectives.

New insights into valorization of agro-industrial wastes for production of citric acid: effects of mutation and optimization–a review

Authors

AO Adeoye,GM Adegbola,A Lateef

Published Date

2022/12/12

Agro-wastes have been found useful for the production of different important metabolites through fermentation process. Notable metabolite of industrial importance is citric acid, which has wide applications in many areas of human activities. The huge amount of waste generation from agricultural and industrial activities causes pollution and discomfort. The wastes pose colossal threat to human health due to indiscriminate disposal. Valorization of these wastes will invariably amount to converting wastes to wealth, which is in line with sustainable development goals of United Nations. Citric acid is a good natural preservative; it serves as acidulant in many processes because of its low pH and less toxicity compared to other known acidulants. Citric acid is suitably applied in many areas of human activities. Its industrial applications are in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, textiles and electroplating industries. As an antimicrobial and preservative agent, it has found applications in many areas of food processing and preservation to inhibit the growth of spoilage organisms. The demand for citric acid is increasing ditto the cost of production due to increase in energy cost and raw materials. Hence, there is need for cheaper means of production. This review gives insights into the innovative raw materials, application of strain improvement, and optimization technique that have been of tremendous benefits in the production of citric acid.

Effects of business process management on organisational productivity: a study of selected banks

Authors

Abayomi Olarewaju Adeoye,Kafiu Sunkanmi Odusanya

Journal

EuroEconomica

Published Date

2022/5/31

This study investigated the effects of business process management on organisational productivity. The study adopted survey research design. The population of the study consisted of both male and female staff of Guaranty Trust Bank and United Bank of Africa. A sample size of two hundred and twenty-one (221) staff was selected. The study adopted Random Sampling Technique. Frequency description statistical method was used in analysing the data collected and all stated hypotheses were analysed using Pearson Correlation and the results revealed that there was a significant relationship between change in process and competitive advantage; also, the finding also revealed that there was a significant relationship between radical redesign and sales growth. The research therefore recommended that during the processes of reengineering, organizations should make frantic effort on their planning coupled with …

Mediating Role of Perceived Supervisor Support in the Relationship Between Interactional Justice and Emotional Commitment

Authors

MURAT Baş,Abayomi Adeoye

Journal

Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies

Published Date

2022

This paper investigates the mediating role of perceived supervisor support in the relationship between interactive justice and emotional commitment. At the same time, the study also looked at the relationship between interactional justice and emotional commitment, between interactional justice and perceived supervisor support, and between perceived supervisor support and emotional commitment. A survey research design was employed, using the convenience sampling technique with a sample population of 500 respondents drawn from Turkey and Nigeria. A structured questionnaire was used to gather information from the respondents through the usage of previous scales on interactive justice (IJ), emotional commitment (EM), and perceived supervisor support (PSS). The findings revealed a significant positive relationship between IJ and EM; IJ has a significant positive effect on PSS. It was revealed that the mediating role of PSS was insignificant on the IJ and EM. It was therefore concluded that IJ has a significant positive effect on EM, while PSS plays a mediating but insignificant role on both.

Incidence and reasons for leave against medical advice among orthopaedic and trauma patients at the University College Hospital Ibadan

Authors

Tolulope O Ogunrewo,Oluwadayo A Magbagbeola,Samuel T Oladejo,A Adeoye

Journal

Int J Res Orthop

Published Date

2021/1

Background: Leave against medical advice (LAMA) of hospitalized patients is an adverse clinical event in which a patient chooses to leave the hospital before it is medically advisable to do so and it negatively affects the treatment outcome. Because of this, the study was designed to determine the incidence of and indications for LAMA among orthopedic patients who presented at the accident and emergency department of the university college hospital, Ibadan. Methods: This was a prospective hospital-based study determining the incidence of LAMA among orthopedic patients who presented at the accident and emergency department of the university college hospital, Ibadan between September 2019 and March 2020.Results: A total of 289 patients with orthopedic conditions presented within the study period and about 12.46% of these LAMA. The male to female ratio observed in this study is 2: 1. The age range was between 8 and 93 years. Trauma from motorbike and motor vehicle accidents accounted for over 80% of the etiology. The most important factor influencing LAMA is financial constraints (63.9%) and LAMA was signed mostly by the patients (25%). Conclusions: LAMA among orthopedic patients in Ibadan is mostly due to financial reasons, therefore, factors that will reduce the cost of management such as the accessibility to health insurance schemes will significantly reduce the incidence of LAMA among orthopedic patients in Nigeria.

Ethical leadership, employees commitment and organizational effectiveness: A study of non-faculty members

Authors

Abayomi Olarewaju Adeoye

Journal

Athens journal of business & economics

Published Date

2021

The expansion, growth and maintaining competitiveness is a function of good and effective leadership in place coupled with the commitment on the part of both the employees’ and the firm itself that will determine the organization effectiveness. The thrust of this article is to scrutinize the impact of ethical leadership and employees’ commitment on organizational effectiveness in an academic set-up by focusing on non-faculty members. The research design adopted was descriptive survey and 200 questionnaires were administered out of which 181 (90.5%) were found usable for the study. Three hypotheses were tested and the result revealed that there is a relationship between ethical leadership and organizational effectiveness. It was found out that ethical leadership influences employees’ commitment and attitude to work. It was equally established that there is significant relationship between ethical leadership, employees’ commitment and organizational effectiveness. It is concluded that ethical leadership is a propeller that will drive employees’ commitment and enhance organizational effectiveness in a university environment. The study therefore recommended amidst others that university management should attempt to embrace ethical leadership as an indicator which will help in improving the quality of service and increase employees’ sense of commitment. Ethical leadership should be given a paramount consideration in the institution in other to improve employees’ commitment in order to achieve organizational effectiveness.(JEL L29, J5, I2)

ORGANIZATIONAL DOWNSIZING AND SURVIVORS’PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF FIRST BANK PLC.

Authors

Abayomı ADEOYE,Enitan LAWRENCE

Journal

International Journal of Management and Administration

Published Date

2021/2/2

PurposeThis research delves to investigate the association between organizational downscaling and survivor performance in the banking industry in Nigeria. This research draws on equity theory (Adams, 1963) and Herzberg's two-factor theory (Herzberg, Mausner & Snyderman, 1959). MethodologyThe survey research design was adopted in conjunction with the non-probabilistic technique. 159 structured questionnaires were distributed and 132 (83%) were found usable for the analysis. The responses is measured in Likert type scales. FindingsThree hypotheses were tested, one divulges no relationship between technological advancement and survivor performance while career advancement opportunities and economic costs both have a relationship with survivor performance. ConclusionThe study thus recommends that managers involved in downsizing should display a high level of truthfulness, uprightness, candidness to ideas, and maintain a notch of unbiassed to both the survivors and those that are disengaged. The organization should likewise be transparent throughout the decision-making processes to everybody during the downscaling period.

Organizational culture, employee retention and employee loyalty: Empirical evidence from Nigeria

Authors

Abayomi Olarewaju Adeoye,Onyia Hope

Journal

Academic Journal of Economic Studies

Published Date

2020/9/1

The study delves to explore association that exists between a firm's ethos, worker retention, and employee allegiance using Globacom Ltd workers as the population of the study. The study adopted a descriptive research design and survey method. The stratified selection method was used in determining the study sample size. The main instrument for data collection is the questionnaire. Descriptive statistics was adopted in the presentation and analysis of data. Two hypotheses were tested using correlation coefficient and alternative hypotheses were acknowledged. Findings indicate an association between organizational culture and staff retention, and also a substantial connection between organizational values and employees' allegiance. The research recommends that a firm’s ethos must be adhered to by all and sundry within the establishment to ginger consistency within the firm leading to obligation and then …

A study on effect of fermentation conditions on citric acid production from cassava peels

Authors

AS Ajala,AO Adeoye,SA Olaniyan,OT Fasonyin

Journal

Scientific African

Published Date

2020/7/1

In this study, effect of fermentation conditions (solid state fermentation and submerged fermentation) on the yield of citric acid from cassava peels was evaluated. Cassava peels were hydrolysed to get reducing sugar using Hydrochloric acid and then inoculated with Aspergillus niger for citric acid production. The parameters of experiments were inoculum concentration (7–11%), fermentation time (1–4 days), temperature (23–39 °C) and ethanol concentration (0–4%). The lowest and highest values of citric acid recorded in solid state fermentation were 2.6 and 4.9 g/l respectfully, while the lowest and highest values for citric acid in submerged fermentation were 0.68 and 1.68 g/l respectfully. Also the results of lowest and highest values of sugar acid ratio observed in solid state fermentation were 6 and 16.04 while the lowest and highest values for sugar acid ratio in submerged fermentation were 1.5 and 7.2 …

Adoption of improved processing technology among African locust bean processors in south-west, Nigeria

Authors

A Kolapo,OE Omopariola,AO Adeoye,AJ Kolapo

Journal

International Journal of Agricultural Research, Innovation and Technology (IJARIT)

Published Date

2020/6/30

The paper investigated the effect of socio-economic and institutional factors on the adoption of improved locust bean processing technology in South-West, Nigeria. Specifically, the study described the socio-economic characteristics of the locust bean processors, examines the level of awareness and adoption of the improved locust bean processing technology in the study area and determines the effect of socio-economic and institutional factors on the adoption and intensity of use of improved locust bean processing technology in the study area. A multi-stage sampling procedure was used to select 360 respondents used for the study. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and the Cragg’s (double-hurdle) model. The result of the study showed that majority (84%) of the locust bean processors were female with an average age of 48 (±11.36) years. Majority (97%) of the respondents were married with an average household size of 8.25 (±4.32) persons. The result showed that 44.2% were aware while 55.8% were not aware of the technology in the study area. The results from the Cragg’s double hurdle model show that in the first hurdle, age, experience, access to credit and awareness positively influenced the decision to adopt the improved locust bean processing technology while in the second hurdle, education and income positively influenced the intensity of the use of the improved locust bean processing technology. It is therefore recommended that Relevant stakeholders, agencies and government should made available credit facilities which will enable the locust bean processors acquired the technology in no distant time.

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What is abayomi olarewaju adeoye's h-index at Lagos State University?

The h-index of abayomi olarewaju adeoye has been 14 since 2020 and 15 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

Measures of relationship currency and commitments in higher educational institutions

International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

Managing Pension Risks in Public Sector: A Study of Lagos State Government Public Service

Generic strategies: A Driver for Firms Competitiveness in Nigerian Fast Moving Consumers Goods (FMCGs) Sector

New insights into valorization of agro-industrial wastes for production of citric acid: effects of mutation and optimization–a review

Effects of business process management on organisational productivity: a study of selected banks

Mediating Role of Perceived Supervisor Support in the Relationship Between Interactional Justice and Emotional Commitment

Incidence and reasons for leave against medical advice among orthopaedic and trauma patients at the University College Hospital Ibadan

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are the top articles of abayomi olarewaju adeoye at Lagos State University.

What are abayomi olarewaju adeoye's research interests?

The research interests of abayomi olarewaju adeoye are: Compensation Management, Human Resource Management, Management and Resource Management

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abayomi olarewaju adeoye has 1,314 citations in total.

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