On Job Training and Employee Performance of an Organisation a Case Study of Dfcu Bank ’ Ndeeba and Namasuba Branches
Author: SSONKO NORBERT
Supervisor: Cyprian Ssebaggala
The study was entirely focussed on a major objective of establishing a relationship between On Job Training and employee performance within DFCU bank in Uganda. The case study area for the study were branches of DFCU that are located in Ndeeba and Namasuba. Under On job training, dimensisons that were considered for examination were Job Orientation, Job Rotation and Coaching & Mentoring. On the other hand under employee performance elements that were considered included productivity, efficiency & effectiveness in delivery and timeliness. The study was guided by specific objectives that focussed on establishing the different relationships that existed between these different variables. The other moderating variable that affected the main relationship constituted of elements such as attitude, motivation and job satisfaction. All these variables were conceptualized into a model that showed how they interacted with each other. The study employed a self administered questionnaire as a tool for data collection. The responses generated from the field survey were analyzed and manipulated into charts, tables, and graphs with the aid of the social package for social scientists (SPSS) and microsoft excel. Study findings revealed that there was a positive and significant relationship between Job Orientation and employee performance generating a correlation coefficient of maginitude 0.359. There was also a significant relationship between Job Rotation and employee performance as well as Coaching & Mentoring and employee performance each generating a positive coefficient of magnitude 0.484 and 0.431 respectively. The study concluded that these findings were quite consistent with those of past researchers on a similar topic and hence considered the research survey a success. The study finally comes up with some key recommendations that may be helpful to relevant stake holders such as; training of staff members, evaluation of employees, improving on the working environment, and availing workers with more autonomy.