Ogundoyin Poly Promotes Academic, Non-academic Staff

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Evergreen joy filled the hearts of Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa (formerly known as The Ibarapa Polytechnic, Eruwa) Oyo State when promotion letters as well as upgrade and conversion letters rolled into the hands of qualified academic and non-academic staff members of the great institution, arising from its approval by the Governing Council of the Institution under the leadership of Dr Samuel Ogunwale Ogundiran, an Associate Professor of Educational Administration & Planning who also doubles as the Chairman.

Many of the staff have been stagnated for years without promotion even though no justifiable reason could be attributed to the non promotion. Many of them, despite getting a series of additional qualifications over the ones that got them their various appointments, couldn’t move forward. The upgrade and conversion exercises are a first of its kind in the history of the institution. This is quite a motivational as well as an inspirational move by the Council to achieve employees’ job satisfaction and, consequently, enhance high level of productivity. The concerned staff members showed their gratitude in prayers to the Council under the indefatigable leadership of the Chairman of the Council.

Speaking to the press man, one of the beneficiaries of the goodwill expressed his satisfaction and joy. In his statements, he said, “The new system is the first of its kind in the history of the institution. Other state-owned institutions have been enjoying it before now. The work is a good one and it will surely increase productivity and efficiency among the staff and students.” He appreciated the Executive Governor of the state while also commending the tremendous efforts of the Governing Council. The exercise will strengthen insdustrial harmony between the state and institution.

The Chaiman of NASU, Comrade Ojedokun J.O., in his statement, recounted how he joined the system of the institution hopelessly in 2000. “I never experienced such thing, as the principle of conversion and upgrading is a great privilege to NASU. We are indeed glad for the gesture. The junior staff of the institution who got promoted are jubilating now for leaving their stagnated position to another level. They have been brought in to the position of hope where their efficiency will be used for the development of the institution.”

He showed his appreciation: “On behalf of NASU, I appreciate the Governing Council for having us at heart. We pray to God to give them more knowledge and understanding to achieve more for the institution.” He further appealed to the Government to approve the reguest for new appointments as the last screening exercise for Oyo State workers revealed that only Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic is the least staffed institution in Oyo State, with less than 400 staff.

Speaking further on the latest development on campus, the Acting Rector of the institution, Mr. Peter Adejumo said the conversion and upgrading exercises were factored in for people that have prequsite qualifications for the job. “It was a special interest of the institution because a good number of staff have developed themselves along the various needs of the institution. Those that requesed were duly screened. Post qualification experience as well as maturity in post were also considered during the promotion exercise.

The exercise is of tremendous benefits to the institution as a good reward system increases staff productivity and students’ efficiency. Students will see the dynamism of the system. The implication is that, once you are in an academic environment, you can be called upon to serve in any capacity. The management appreciated the perseverance of the affected staff. Nevertheless, the act has gone a long way in ensuring industrial peace in the institution. Poly Promotes Academic, Non-academic
Staff

Evergreen joy filled the hearts of Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa (formerly known as The Ibarapa Polytechnic, Eruwa) Oyo State when promotion letters as well as upgrade and conversion letters rolled into the hands of qualified academic and non-academic staff members of the great institution, arising from its approval by the Governing Council of the Institution under the leadership of Dr Samuel Ogunwale Ogundiran, an Associate Professor of Educational Administration & Planning who also doubles as the Chairman.

Many of the staff have been stagnated for years without promotion even though no justifiable reason could be attributed to the non promotion. Many of them, despite getting a series of additional qualifications over the ones that got them their various appointments, couldn’t move forward. The upgrade and conversion exercises are a first of its kind in the history of the institution. This is quite a motivational as well as an inspirational move by the Council to achieve employees’ job satisfaction and, consequently, enhance high level of productivity. The concerned staff members showed their gratitude in prayers to the Council under the indefatigable leadership of the Chairman of the Council.

Speaking to the press man, one of the beneficiaries of the goodwill expressed his satisfaction and joy. In his statements, he said, “The new system is the first of its kind in the history of the institution. Other state-owned institutions have been enjoying it before now. The work is a good one and it will surely increase productivity and efficiency among the staff and students.” He appreciated the Executive Governor of the state while also commending the tremendous efforts of the Governing Council. The exercise will strengthen insdustrial harmony between the state and institution.

The Chaiman of NASU, Comrade Ojedokun J.O., in his statement, recounted how he joined the system of the institution hopelessly in 2000. “I never experienced such thing, as the principle of conversion and upgrading is a great privilege to NASU. We are indeed glad for the gesture. The junior staff of the institution who got promoted are jubilating now for leaving their stagnated position to another level. They have been brought in to the position of hope where their efficiency will be used for the development of the institution.”

He showed his appreciation: “On behalf of NASU, I appreciate the Governing Council for having us at heart. We pray to God to give them more knowledge and understanding to achieve more for the institution.” He further appealed to the Government to approve the reguest for new appointments as the last screening exercise for Oyo State workers revealed that only Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic is the least staffed institution in Oyo State, with less than 400 staff.

Speaking further on the latest development on campus, the Acting Rector of the institution, Mr. Peter Adejumo said the conversion and upgrading exercises were factored in for people that have prequsite qualifications for the job. “It was a special interest of the institution because a good number of staff have developed themselves along the various needs of the institution. Those that requesed were duly screened. Post qualification experience as well as maturity in post were also considered during the promotion exercise.

The exercise is of tremendous benefits to the institution as a good reward system increases staff productivity and students’ efficiency. Students will see the dynamism of the system. The implication is that, once you are in an academic environment, you can be called upon to serve in any capacity. The management appreciated the perseverance of the affected staff. Nevertheless, the act has gone a long way in ensuring industrial peace in the institution.



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