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The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not foreign in Nigeria however in recent times; it has started to gain prominence.
It is generally believed that Corporate Social Responsibility has positive impacts on an organization as well as the consumers and of course on the society.
However other stakeholders like the employees are often times neglected.
Likewise, literature on this is very limited especially in Africa.
This study will be examining the impact of employee participation in CSR on employee performance.
The focus will be on the Nigerian Banking Industry.
Banking is the second largest industry after the oil and gas sector in Nigeria generating high amounts of revenue and employment for Nigeria.
Also the banking industry has undergone major reforms in these past years and so this makes it an interesting area to focus on.
The research makes uses of primary and secondary data.
Secondary data takes the form of articles, journal and internet sources whilst primary data makes use of online questionnaires.
Olanrewaju Adebayo-Fari - MSc International Management, 2013-2014,Department of Management, School of Social Science and Public Policy.
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