Items where Author is "Adekoya, Olatunji"

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ADEKOYA, Olatunji, MORDI, Chima, AJONBADI, Hakeem and WEIFENG, Chen (2023). Implications of algorithmic management on careers and employment relationships in the gig economy – a developing country perspective. Information Technology and People.

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MORDI, Chima, AJONBADI, Hakeem Adeniyi and ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). Technology infiltration: permeable boundaries and work- life spillover experiences among academics in the United Kingdom during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Personnel Review.

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MORDI, Chima, AJONBADI, Hakeem and ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). Technology infiltration: permeable boundaries and work-life spillover experiences among academics in the United Kingdom during the COVID-19 pandemic. Personnel Review.

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MORDI, Chima, AJONBADI, Hakeem Adeniyi, ADEKOYA, Olatunji and ORUH, Emeka Smart (2023). An Exploration of the Practices of Locational Flexibility in Developing Economies: Insights from the Nigerian Higher Education Sector. Employee Relations.

ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). The Role of Green HRM in Promoting Occupational Health and Environmental Sustainability in Nigeria (Abstract only). Academy of Management Proceedings, 2023 (1).

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MORDI, T., ADISA, T.A., ADEKOYA, Olatunji, SANI, K.F.F., MORDI, C. and AKHTAR, M.N. (2023). A comparative study of the worklife balance experiences and coping mechanisms of Nigerian and British single student-working mothers. Career Development International.

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SANI, Kareem, ADISA, Toyin, ADEKOYA, Olatunji and ORUH, Emeka (2022). Digital onboarding and employee outcomes: empirical evidence from the UK. Management Decision.

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AKANJI, Babatunde, MORDI, Chima, AJONBADI, Hakeem and ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2022). The impact of COVID-19 on the work–life balance of working mothers: evidence from Nigerian academics. Personnel Review.

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AJONBADI, Hakeem, OLAWOYIN, Femi Stephen and ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). The anathema of digital divide in the Nigerian higher education: Lessons from the pandemic. In: NAYAK, Bhabani Shankar and APPLEFORD, Katherine, (eds.) Beyond the Pandemic Pedagogy of Managerialism Exploring the Limits of Online Teaching and Learning. Springer Nature, 189-208.

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ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). Exploring the impacts of transformational leadership on transformational teaching in higher education: Empirical evidence from Kuwait. In: MAKUA, Manyane and AKINLOLU, Mariam, (eds.) Sustaining Higher Education Through Resource Allocation, Learning Design Models, and Academic Development. IGI Global.

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ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). Sexual Orientation Discrimination at the Entrance Gate of Employment: A Case of LGBT in Nigeria. In: BAM2023 Conference proceedings. British Academy of Management.

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ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). Managing from Home: The Future of Work, Workers, and Organisations. In: BAM2023 Conference proceedings. British Academy of Management.

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ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). The work-life balance of working mothers in Nigeria: the moderating role of culture. In: BAM2023 Conference proceedings. British Academy of Management.

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ADEKOYA, Olatunji (2023). The Link between Work-Life Balance and Employee Engagement: A Case Study of the Nigerian Armed Forces. In: Academy of African Business and Development Conference, University of East London, United Kingdom, 18 May 2023 - 20 May 2023. (Unpublished)

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