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Research Journal of Business Management
  Year: 2007 | Volume: 1 | Issue: 1 | Page No.: 11-19
DOI: 10.3923/rjbm.2007.11.19
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The Impacts of Nigerian Training Programmes on Employees Performance

Akinyele Samuel Taiwo

The success of any business organization, whether in the private or public sectors, lies mainly in the quality of its human resources. Literature confirmed that training of manpower is a major prerequisite for any organisation who wants to achieve maximum productivity through the efficient and effective performance of employee. Employee can only perform better through the acquisition of skills, knowledge and ability from training programme. This paper attempts to find out whether staff training has any implication in job performance, behaviour, attitudes, skills, knowledge and achievement of the goals of a business organization in Nigeria. The sample size was determined on the basis of three categories of staff namely: general staff, senior staff and management staff. Chi-square was used to test the postulated hypothesis. The study shows that effective training leads to acquisition of skill and knowledge required for employee to perform effectively on the job. It was also revealed that training has a high positive impact on employee and reduces the nature of hazards on the job in the accomplishment of corporate objectives. Finally, the paper made recommendations, which aimed at improving the job performance of staff with regard to training.
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How to cite this article:

Akinyele Samuel Taiwo , 2007. The Impacts of Nigerian Training Programmes on Employees Performance. Research Journal of Business Management, 1: 11-19.

DOI: 10.3923/rjbm.2007.11.19


25 May, 2012
oluwole Akinyele :
i am a researcher and currently writing on some topics in relation to determinants of employee attitudes and behaviour .could u email dis article to my email box
26 January, 2021
Dr. David Ayano:
The abstract seems to be applicable to my study. Kindly forward the paper to me.
Thank you

Dr. David Ayano




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