The Effects Of Training On Employees' Performance: The Case Of Tea Processing And Packing Factory

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Addis Ababa University


Training is very critical for improving the performance of employees in any organization. The primary purpose of training is to enhance employee competencies so that organizations can maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of their human assets. Therefore, the objectives of the study were to assess the effect of training on employees' performance in the case of TPPF to suggest policy recommendations. Thus, Training needs assessment, Training program design, Selection of a trainer, and Implementation and Employees' performance have been used as independent and dependent variables, respectively, in this study. This paper has used a quantitative research approach and a survey research design. The primary data have been collected from 50 respondents using self-administered questionnaires. Descriptive statistics were used to analyze the data collected and to examine the relationship between the variables. The result of the study signified that there was a positive and significant relationship between the variables. As the survey investigated major findings, TPPF did not use well designed and effective training programs. Moreover, the training conducted in the past years were not having clear goals and objectives which did not give attention to the particular needs of both individual and the firm. Therefore, it was recommended that design training programs with clear goals and objectives while keeping in mind the particular needs of both individuals and the firm



Delivery style, Employee performance, Training design