Effects of Employees Training on Employee Performance. The Moderating Role of Organizational Values


Master's Thesis, 2022

92 Pages, Grade: 1.0


Abstract or Introduction

The general research objective of the study was to examine the moderating role of organizational values on the relationship between training and employee performance. The census approach was used to gather data from 205 employees at the Ashaiman Municipal Assembly (AshMA) using questionnaire in a field survey. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) program was used for analysis of the survey data.

Organizations across the world are striving for success in a very competitive period. Although organizational competition is more pronounced in the private sector, the public sector is also under intense pressure to be more effective and improve their performance. In Ghana, discussions on training and employee performance have usually been focused on the private sector and have also largely ignored the influence of other moderating variables such as organizational values.

Details

Title
Effects of Employees Training on Employee Performance. The Moderating Role of Organizational Values
College
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Course
Msc Corporate Governance and Strategic Leadership
Grade
1.0
Author
Year
2022
Pages
92
Catalog Number
V1243071
ISBN (Book)
9783346669773
Language
English
Keywords
effects, employees, training, employee, performance, moderating, role, organizational, values
Quote paper
Kwame Grundow (Author), 2022, Effects of Employees Training on Employee Performance. The Moderating Role of Organizational Values, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1243071

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