PERSONNEL ACCOUNTING AND ADMINISTRATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA IN AN ERA OF ECONOMIC RECESSION

Ifeanyichukwu Emmanuel Nwabueze

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Personnel accounting has suffered neglect over the years, considering it as a liability is a common feature of all the accounting practices. In teaching profession, their reward, they say, is in heaven. This paper examined which personnel actually fits into the human capital accounting in the administration of secondary school. It also tried to fathom out the impact of economic recession on the productivity of the personnel and suggested ways of wriggling out or cushioning the effect of it.

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personnel, accounting administration, economic recession

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v8i3.3626

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