NIGERIA Ministry of labour and productivity

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Nigeria Ministry of labour and productivity

Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment is the Nigerian Federal Ministry concerned with relations between workers and employers and it is headed by the Minister of Labour and Employment, who is appointed by the President of a State and is assisted by a Permanent Secretary, who is a career civil servant

History federal ministry of labour and productivity

Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity has been in existence (with different names) since 1939, with the central purpose of ensuring cordial relations between workers and employers in the public and private sectors

The ministry was created after the start of World War II to coordinate resources for war efforts, with first one and then two Labour Inspectors attached to the Governor’s Office With growing worker agitation over cost Of living allowances.

Department of Labour was established on 1 October 1942 and it was headed by a Commissioner and two Labour Officers, and was charged with dealing with labour movement issues, ensuring the orderly development of Industrial Relations and enforcing protective legislations

Organization grew as the war progressed, with offices opened in the industrial centers of Enugu state Kaduna state and Lagos State and Later a Ministry of Labour was created in addition to the Department of Labour and the two were merged on 1 April 1958 After Independence in 1960, the Ministry has grown steadily, renamed the Federal Ministry of Employment Labour and Productivity in 1979 and the Ministry of Labour in January 2007

Organization of ministry of labor and productivity

The outward-facing divisions the Ministry of Labour are Trade Union Services and Industrial Relations Employment and Wages and Inspectorate

Trade Union Services Division formulates policies on trade union organizations and manages disputes and complaints It also assists in worker’s education, and keeps records on trade unions and their activities Internally oriented departments are Human Resources Finance and Supplies Policy, Analysis, Research & Statistics

Responsibilities of ministry of labor and productivity

Ministry is responsible for several parastatals government-owned agencies Michael Imoudu National Institute For Labour Studies (MINILS), Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF), National Directorate of Employment (NDE), National Productivity Center (NPC), National Industrial Court and Industrial Arbitration Panel (IAP)

The Nigeria Ministry of labour was established in 1986 and there motto slang is excellent in labor education

Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies (MINILS) is a government-owned labour institute established in 1986 in Ilorin and It is one of the statutory bodies managed by the Federal Ministry of Labour

Named after popular labour leader, Michael Imoudu, who started his labour activities as a member of the Railway Workers Union during the colonial era, MINILS is an arm of the Federal Ministry of Labour

MINILS is headed by the Director-General, Comrade Issa Aremu

Asides regular courses, the institute also collaborates with stakeholders to train staff at various quarters on labour relations

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Aim of the ministry of labor and productivity

The main aims of the ministry is to promote capacity building of workers and best practices and harmony in relationships between labour unions and management

This is achieved through research and collaboration with tertiary institutions within the country, consultancy, seminars, conferences, lectures on labour union administration, provision of grants to scholars and publication of journals and working papers

The institute has an annual summit attended by stakeholders of MINILS and labour matters

To promote its mission of capacity building, certificate and diploma awarding courses were established at the institute in addition, focus on communications and information technology training has led to the construction of a dedicated center for ICT

MINILS programmes are offered both on full and part-time basis that award Professional Certificate In Industrial And Labour Relations(PCILR), National Diplomas at main campus, its distant learning centres, as well as on e-learning platform

The Ministry of Mines and Steel Development (MMSD) is set up to unlock the economic potentials of the solid minerals sub-sector in Nigeria.

The MMSD was established in 1985 as a bold attempt by the Nigerian Government to spur the rapid and beneficial development of the country’s solid mineral resources. We are an agency set up to unlock the economic potentials of the solid minerals sub-sector.

The MMSD is responsible for identifying the nation’s solid minerals, advising government on the formulation and execution of laws and regulations guiding the various stages of prospecting, quarrying, and mining, and handling sale and consumption of solid minerals in the country, through the issuance of Permits, Licenses, Leases and Collection of rents, Fees and Royalties.

Duties of ministry of labour and productivity

To transform Nigerian Mineral and Metal Sector into irresistible Mining destination for global capital, attracting foreign direct investment to grow the sector to optimum level.

Responsibilities of ministry of labor

Exploitation of the mineral endowment spread across the nation and the establishment of a vibrant metal industry for wealth creation, employment generation, poverty reduction, promotion of rural economy and significant contribution to the gross domestic product of Nigeria.

Essentially, the Ministry is charged with the following responsibilities:

1. Formulating policy

2. Providing information and knowledge to enhance investment in the sector

3. Regulating operations in the solid minerals sector

4. Generating appropriate revenue for the government

In addition, a number of units are directly under the Permanent Secretary, being the Legal Unit, the Press Unit, the Protocol Unit, the Internal Audit Unit, the Procurement Administration & Stock Verification Unit, the Servicom Unit, the Policy Unit, the Revenue Unit, and the Privatization Unit.

Furthermore, 11 Parastatals exists under the Ministry, namely the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency (NGSA), Nigerian Institute of Mining and Geo-Sciences, Jos, Mining Cadastre Office (MCO), Ajaokuta Steel Company Limited, National Iron Ore Mining Corporation (NIOMCO), Council of Nigerian Mining Engineers and Geo-scientist (COMEG), National Raw Materials Exploration Agency (NSRMEA), Nigerian Coal Corporation, Nigerian Mining Corporation, Metallurgical Training Institute, and

The MMSD has a total workforce of 761, including 363 staff from the Nigerian Geological Survey, but excluding the newly established Nigerian Institute of Mining and Geosciences in Jos due to be fully staffed. There are some 29 staff members in the units directly under the Permanent Secretary.

Nature of services provided by the Ministry is determined by the roles which it plays and the duties it is expected to perform in the national interest.

Our services and activities revolve around exploration and exploitation in both sectors (Mining and Steel Development) and the enforcement of the laws and regulations. The services listed below are discharged through the Departments, Units, Parastatals and Agencies:

Services of ministry of labor

Advising Government on the formulation and execution of laws and regulations guiding all activities in both private and public sectors.

Provision and dissemination of information on accurate geological data on Nigeria’s mineral resources.

Review & giving approval of Community Development Agreement (CDA).

Provision of statistics on mineral production and revenue generation nationwide.

Inspects metallurgical projects and issue certificates of completion after being satisfied with all performance indices in accordance with design specification and contractual obligations.

To sensitize and enlighten the stakeholders, investors and the general Public on the activities, policies and programmes of the sector.

Creating adequate public awareness to the Nigerian populace on the need to use quality steel products for construction and other purposes.

Providing extension service to Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining operators on exploration, exploitation, mineral processing, entrepreneurial training, environmental management, health & safety issues etc.

Issue, suspend and revoke mineral titles and permits subject to applicable laws and regulations, Receive and dispose of applications for the transfer, renewal, modification, relinquishment or extension area.

Receiving of applications on Mineral Titles.

Provision/ issuance of relevant publications of the Ministry on application or request.

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