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Samuel Ayodeji OMOLAWAL (MCIPM)

Lecturer, Industrial Sociology/Human Resource Management

B.A, MBA (Ado-Ekiti), MIPR, M.Sc, PhD (Ibadan)

 

Samuel Ayodeji Omolawal joined the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan in 2012 after several years of field experience as a Human Resource Practitioner in different organizations in Nigeria. His passion for Industrial Sociology and Human Resource Management led to acquisition of the professional qualification of the chartered institute of personnel management, Nigeria, Masters in Business Administration, Masters in Industrial and Personnel Relations and Masters of Science in Sociology. He did his PhD in Industrial Sociology/Human Resource Management.  Dr Omolawal is currently the Deputy Coordinator for the Master of Industrial and Personnel Relations Programme and the National Vice President (Finance) of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association. A prolific writer, he has published in local and international learned journals and textbooks.

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Industrial Sociology/Human Resource Management

 

CONTACT ADDRESS:

Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

[email protected], [email protected]

 

SCHOLARSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP

2010-2012 Teaching Assistantship Award of the Post Graduate School, University of Ibadan.

2008-2010 Teaching Assistantship Award of the General Studies Programme, University of Ibadan

 

 

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES:

Full Member                    Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria

Member                             Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association

Member                             International Sociological Association

 

 

Articles in Published Books

 

Omolawal, S.A & Joshua, A.T, (2011). “Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management and Implications for the Nigerian Labour Market”, In Onyeonoru, I.P., Olanrewaju, J., Rafiq-Alaji, F., and Anisha, E. (eds), Perspectives on Nigerian Labour Market and the Global Economy, Ilorin: Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies, Pp 202-215

 

Onyeonoru, I.P, Omolawal, S.A., Joshua, T.A., (2012). “Culture and Work Values in Traditional Igbo and Yoruba Societies”, in Jegede, A.S., Olutayo, O.A., Omololu and Owumi, B.E. (eds), Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria, Ibadan: Samlad Press, Pp 219-227

 

Adenugba, Adebimpe & Omolawal, S.A., (2013).The Use of Information

 and Communication Technology in the Social Sciences”, in Introduction to   Basic Concepts in Government, Society and Economy, A Textbook for GES  103, (Revised Edition) Ibadan: General Studies Programme, University of Ibadan, Pp 9-15.

 

Onyeonoru, P & Omolawal, S.A., (2013). “Issues and Emerging Trends in

Recruitment, Selection and Placement”, in O.A Ogunbameru, Human Resource Management: Basic and Contemporary Issues, Huntersville, NC: Warren Publishing Inc., Pp 119-128

   

Omolawal, S.A & Ademuson, A.O., (2015). “Human Resource Development- A key to National Development in this era of Globalisation”, in Aliyu, N. (Ed), Sociological Issues in Industry and Nigerian Society, Prospects, Challenges and Threat to Development, Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, Pp 1-15 

 

Omolawal, S.A. & Bawalla, O.G., (2017), Historiography and Life Histories, in (Ed),  Obatunde  Adetola, Richard Aborisade, Samuel Fasanmi, Research Methods in Social and Management Sciences, Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, Pp 317-328

 

Articles that have already appeared in learned Journals

Adenugba, A.A., & Omolawal, S.A., (2009). “Industrial Development and National Development- a structural linkage”, International Journal of Development Studies, Vol 4., No 2: Pp 65-71.

Adenugba, A.A., & Omolawal, S.A. (2009). “2005 Labour Policy- Intervention or Domination of Trade Unionism”, International Journal of Psychology and Human Development, Vol. 1 No. 1: Pp 18-24.

Adenugba, A.A., & Omolawal, S.A., (2009). “Changing Roles of Women and Family Stability- a study of Selected Banks in Ibadan”, Journal of Research in National Development, Vol.7 No. 1: Pp157-164. 

Adenugba, A.A., & Omolawal, S.A., (2010). “Good Leadership and Accountability for Sustainable Development”, OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 1 No.1: Pp 12-16.

Adenugba, A.A., & Omolawal, S.A., (2010). “Corruption, Neo-liberal Democracy and Sustainable Development”, International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 3 No. 4: Pp 26-31.

Adenugba, A.A., & Omolawal, S.A., (2011). “Gender Discrimination in Leadership positions and Sustainable Development in Nigeria- A study of the Oyo state Civil Service”, in OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Ontario. Vol.4 No .2: Pp 36-45

Adenugba, A.A., & Omolawal, S.A., (2012). “State-Labour Relations under the neo- liberal Democratic System- Nigeria in Focus”, Labour Law Review, Vol  6 No. 1: Pp 24-35.

 

Omolawal, S.A., (2013). “Emerging Global Political Economy and Implications for the Nigerian Labour Market”, African Journal for the Psychological Study     of Social Issues, Vol. 16 No.1: Pp 78-87.

 

Adenugba A.A., and Omolawal, S.A., (2014). “Dislocated Tripartite Relationship in Nigeria’s Industrial Relations”, Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 5 No 10: Pp 704- 709.

 

Omolawal, S.A., (2014).The Challenge of Human Resource Development in

Nigeria’s Sustainable Transformation Agenda”, The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol.12 No. 2: Pp 83-97.

 

Adenugba, A.A., & Omolawal, S.A., (2014). ”Religious Value and Corruption in Nigeria: A Dislocated Relationship”, in Journal of Educational and Social Research, Vol. 4 No 3: Pp 522-528.

Omolawal, S.A., (2015). “Perceived Infrastructural Factors affecting Adoption of E-recruitment among Human Resource Management (HRM) Practitioners in South-West Nigeria”, African Journal for the Psychological Study     of Social Issues, Vol. 18 No.1: Pp 22-36.

 

Omolawal, S.A., (2015). “Delegation of Responsibilities: A Leadership Tool for Subordinates’ Competence Development in Selected Organisations in Ibadan Metropolis”, The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol.13 No. 1: Pp 68-83.

 

Omolawal, S.A., (2015). “E-Recruitment: Practices, Benefits and Challenges”, Human Resource Management Journal, Vol. 7 No. 2: Pp 76-86.

 

Omolawal, S.A., & Shittu, O.S., (2016), Challenges of Solid Waste Management and Environmental Sanitation in Ibadan North Local Government, Oyo State Nigeria, in African Journal for the Psychological Study     of Social Issues, Vol. 19 No.1: Pp 129-142.

 

Chekwube, A. Uchea, Samuel A. Omolawal & Emeka Okafor, (2016), “Job Recruitment, Employee Placement and Workplace Experiences of Outsourced Workers in Selected Sub-sectors in Ibadan, Nigeria” The Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 14, No 1, Pp 49-71

 

Omolawal, S.A., (2016), Leadership/Management-- Subordinates Nexus for Positive Organisational Outcomes, in Human Resource Management Journal, Vol. 8 No. 1

 

Omolawal, S.A. and Shittu, O.S. (2016). An Assessment of Environmental Sanitation and Solid Waste Management in Ibadan North Local Government, Oyo State, Nigeria. Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences. Vol. 14 No. 2: 183-201 pp.

 

 

Selected Conferences Attended with Papers Read

Anthropological and Sociological Association of Nigeria (ASAN) 16th Annual Conference, 9th – 11th August 2011. University of Ilorin­. (Paper Read: The emerging global political economy and implications for the Nigerian labour market)

 

Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association 17th Annual Conference, 5-9 November, 2012, Nnamidi Azikwe University, Awka, Anambra State. (Paper Read: Religious Values and Corruption in Nigeria: A dislocated symbiotic Relationship)

 

Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association 18th Annual Conference, 4-7 November, 2013, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State. (Paper Read: The Challenge of Human Resources Development in Nigeria’s Transformation Agenda)

 

Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association 19th Annual Conference, 3-5 November, 2014, Lagos State University, Ojoo, Lagos State. (Paper Read: Delegation of Responsibilities: A Leadership Tool for Subordinates’ Competence Development in Selected Organisations in Ibadan Metropolis)

 

Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association 20th Annual Conference, 3-5 November, 2015, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos State. (Paper Read: Challenges of Environmental Sanitation and Solid Waste Management in Ibadan North Local Government Area, Oyo State).

 

Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association 21st Annual Conference, 8-10 November, 2016, Kaduna State University, Kaduna. (Paper Read: Work Environment and Compliance with Policies for the “People With Special Needs” in Selected Public Organizations in Ibadan, Nigeria

 

3rd School of Social Sciences International Conference, 5-6 April, 2017, University of Legon, Ghana. (Paper Read: Perception towards Disability, Workplace Relations and Social Exclusion of ‘the People with Special Needs” in Selected Public Organisations in Ibadan, Nigeria)

 

 

 

Current Research

 

  1. Old Age Security and Effectiveness of Pensions among Federal and State Pensioners in Ibadan Metropolis (TETFUND Institution Based Grant))

 

  1.  Occupational Hazards in Small and Medium Scale Welding Enterprises in Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria