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  • ACHIAA SARPONG, LYDIA; AGYEIWAA KUMAH, VICTORIA; BOATENG, KOFI ALFRED; ACHEAMPONG YEBOAH, KWAME (2012-12-05)
    The interest by consumers in the juice industry is sweeping the country. Valda Ventures (VV) is positioned to bring this to the Ghanaian consumer. Valda Ventures will be the expedient pineapple juice manufacturer of the ...
  • OPOKU APPIAH, KWABENA; KUSI BOAMAH, GABRIEL; OFORI BARYEH, DAVID; BROWNE, NANCY; TIMAH FERKAH, ABIGAIL; MARKU-ABLERDU, THERESAH (2013-06)
    The quality of Human Resource is an asset to any organization and as a result training has become an issue that has to be faced by every organization. The amount, and quality of training carried out varies enormously from ...
  • OSEI TUTU, JUSTICE (2016-07-11)
    The project explores petty traders and why most of them do not keep proper book of accounts, and do they know anything about bookkeeping and do they record their day to day transactions. The project ...
  • TALEBA, KOFI,ALEX,SHADRACK,KWABENAOFORI BAAH,KARIKARI,OFOSU (2016-05-31)
    This research was conducted to evaluate the factors contributing to tax evasion by SMEs and its effect on economic development of Kumasi metropolis. The aim was to assess the causes of tax evasion, the effects of tax evasion ...
  • BORSAH, REBECCA; KOFI DOE, TSINUGLO; AIDOO, FAUSTINA; DICKSON, PATRICIA B; OWUSU, FLORENCE (2012-12-03)
    “Wienampa Snail Farm” is being established purposely to deal in agricultural produce specifically breeding, cultivating, whole selling and retaining of snails.
  • Amankwah, Adwoa S. (2017-11-10)
    New media technologies and their associated social media have been used by countries for a variety of purposes ranging from economics, health, education, agriculture and in recent times for politics. In politics, the focus ...
  • AWUAH-FRIMPONG, DANIELLA OFORIWAH; MANU, VICTORIA; AFRIFA NUAMAH, PERPETUAL; MARFO, BRIGHT; AFOLI, HELENA (2019-10-31)
  • AMEYAW, DANIEL OKAAKYIRE (2019-10-17)
    My first and utmost acknowledgement is ascribed to the giver of life; the Almighty God for His support, guidance, wisdom, enablement and everything He gave me, which in effect, assisted me to successfully carry out this ...
  • SEFAH, AGNES; YENG K., HILARY; AYISAZUA AWIMBILLA, BENJAMIN; YEBOAH MENSAH, AKWASI; NYAMEKYE AKOSUA, FILDAUS (2012-11-20)
    The purpose of this study was to clarify the notion that working students do not balance their work with their lives. This was done by finding out the degree of stressfulness among working students in the bank and students ...
  • Felicity Asiedu-Appiah, Irene Dufie-Marfo and Evelyn Frempong (2016-06-06)
    In Ghana, there is a growing concern of occupational stress, especially in the private sector, where some organizations saddle their employees with long working hours without consideration to other aspects of their lives. ...
  • KORKOR TETTEH, EMMANUELLA; ASIEDU, CHRISTIANA; ADU ODEI, GRACE; BRIGHT-AFFUL, COMFORT; AKWABOAH, LETICIA (2012-11-20)
    Businesses must step outside their traditional roles and comfort zones to look at new ways of working. They have to create a work environment where people enjoy what they do, feel like they have a purpose, have pride in ...
  • ESHUN NUNOO, JOSEPH; DUFIE ABOAGYE, THERESAH; OSEI POKU, CORRIEN; KWAKYEWAA GYEM, YAA; ATTA POKU BAMFO, PRINCE (2013-06)
    Ensuring the maximization of returns, profitability and the value of a firm is important for its survival. To achieve this, one vital strategy is the efficient management of the firm’s working capital. Balancing liquidity ...
  • AFRIFA, PHILIP; OSEI-BONSU, FELIX; AGYEI-MENSAH, BENEDICT; ADADZEWA OTU, KEZIAH; AMEYAW-KYEREMEH, PIUS (2012-12-04)
    In a developing economy like Ghana, the contribution of small firms to the employment of the youth is highly recognised. Small firms employ a greater number of people in the country but their contribution towards revenue ...
  • ADJA-KWAKU, CYNTHIA; ADDAE, CYNTHIA; NKANSAH, JULIET; NYARKO APPIAH, FAUSTINA (2013-06)
    Discrimination hurts everybody in its path. Discrimination diminishes human capital whiles creating a hostile work environment for the employers and employees. Discrimination at work has come a long way in recent decades. ...