The Effect of On-The-Job Training on Employee Performance in Selected Private Commercial Banks in Ethiopia

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Addis Ababa University


Working on employees to ward enhancement of their performance is the responsibility of top management. One of the methods achieving on enhancement of employees performance is investing in training. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of on-the-job training on employee performance in selected private commercial banks in Ethiopia and to determine the relationship between on-the-job training and employee performance. Due to the fact that the total number of target population was unknown purposive sampling technique were employed, data was collected from six selected private commercial banks in Ethiopia and respondents were grouped in to three while they were ninety in number. Data was gathered using self-administered questionnaires and descriptive Survey method was used to gather data. Data from the questionnaires were analyzed quantitatively using descriptive statistics like frequency counts provided by SPSS. Finally, the study discussed and identified the limitations of this research and gave directions for future research on this topic.



job training, employee’s performance