The Effect of Training on Employee’s Performance in Organisations Case Study: Nkozi Hospital
Author: LWANGA FELIX
Supervisor: Innocent Mugisha
The study examined the effect of training on the performance of employees in an organization. The study was conducted at Nkozi hospital. The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of training on employee performance. The concept of training was limited to on-the-job training and off the job training. While the employee performance was limited to efficiency, production and effectiveness. The study employed a case study research design which involved an intensive analysis of the data. The study used a sample size of 50 employees of which the majority were medical personnel. Simple random sampling method was used in selecting the respondents. The respondents were issued with self administered questions which had both open ended and close ended questions. The data was analyzed separately before discussion.
The study established that employees at Nkozi hospital are continuously trained to help them gain further skills and knowledge in their respective fields. The study further established that training is an annual process with a budget item on the organizationís major budget. Further, the study established that Nkozi hospital has a continuous professional development (CPD) program for all the employees who seek to go for further studies.